Archive - Jan 6, 2010
The MTC Namibia Premier League resumes after the Christmas break when the second round gets underway with a number of interesting encounters next week.
On Wednesday, January 13 second placed Orlando Pirates face a tricky encounter against fifth placed Tigers. Under new coach Brian Isaacs, Tigers have had their best start in years and lost only one match in the first round, going down 1-0 away to Eleven Arrows on November 7.
They are currently fifth on 20 points – only four points behind Pirates – and a victory will bring them right back in the title chase.
Namibia’s 2008 African Road Cycling champion, Dan Craven, is joining forces with Nedbank Namibia to host a training camp for young cyclists in Omaruru from 22- 24 January.
“This will be the second camp held in Omaruru and is now set to become a permanent feature on the Namibian Sporting Calendar thanks to the support and faith shown by such an important financial institution such as Nedbank,” Craven said.