Archive - Aug 5, 2009
Eleven Arrows owner JJ Doeseb has lost no time in preparing for the new season and on Wednesday announced several new signings ahead of the 2009/10 season.
Brave Warriors’ defender George Hummel tops the list of new signings made by Eleven Arrows owner JJ Doeseb ahead of the 2009/10 season.
Doeseb has also signed up Hotspurs striker Edward “Fadiga” Asino and Ramblers midfielder Bernadine Mbilizi, while he announced that Ronnie Kanalelo as head coach and Congo Hindjou as assistant coach will head the coaching department.
The Gymkhana Club Windhoek, situated in Hegel Street, Academia will be hosting the International FEI Development World Jumping Challenge this coming weekend. The official opening takes place at 13h00 on Saturday.
More than 50 horses have entered the tournament which includes a children’s quadrille that starts at 14h20. A total of 15 riders have entered the FEI World Jumping Challenge.
Namibia’s exciting junior welterweight boxer Sacky “Izinyoka” Shikukutu will take on Luntol Kosana of South Africa in a development boxing tournament in Khayalitsha outside Cape Town on Saturday evening.
Namibian boxing promoter Nestor Tobias said at a press conference yesterday that Shikukutu was a special talent and he was grooming him to become a world champion.
Namibia got off to a great start at the African U20 Rugby Championships in Kenya yesterday when they thrashed Zambia 89-0 in their opening match.
Namibia were already leading 45-0 at the break and in the end ran in a total of 12 tries as they outplayed their opponents in every department of the game.
Team manager Gabriel Tjombe said that although Namibia played well, they did not receive much opposition.
“It was quite a one-sided match. Zambia is a newcomer to the competition and they did not offer much opposition,” he said.
Players from South Africa and Madagascar have dominated the second ITF African Junior Tennis tournament which draws to a close at the National Tennis Stadium in Olympia on Friday.
The boys singles final will be contested between two South Africans, the second seeded Jarryd Botha and the third seeded Hernus Pieters, while the girls’ singles final will be contested by two Madagascan players, the top seeded Niriantsa Rasolomalala and the second seeded Zarah Razafimanatratra.