Archive - Oct 20, 2010
The Brave Warriors’ world ranking dropped dramatically by 24 places to 140 according to the latest FIFA rankings which were released on Wednesday. Namibia were one of the biggest losers in the world and the second biggest in Africa, behind Liberia, who dropped 25 places to 164 in the world.
Namibia’s ranking in Africa has now also dropped seven places down to 38th, while they move one place down to seventh amongst the SADC nations. It is Namibia’s worst ranking since 2005 when they were ranked 161 in the world.
The Namibian Basketball Federation (NBF) will be hosting the German basketball expert Peter Schey from 23 October to 5 November.
Schey will help NBF to conduct coaching clinics in Oshikoto, Oshana and Omaheke. These clinics will target teachers, coaches and players from secondary schools in the respective regions.
The short-term project is an addition to the long-term project that NBF is already carrying out with the expert Frank Albin.
The Namibian Fistball season will conclude on Saturday, October 23 when the SFC Sport Club in Swakopmund hosts the National Cup Competition. The tournament comes barely a week after the World Club Championships were successfully hosted in Windhoek by the Fistball Association of Namibia.