Archive - Feb 2, 2010
The most lucrative competition in Namibian football, the Leo NFA Cup, saw action-filled matches across the country as clubs battled for places in the last 32 of the 2010 edition.
The last 32 clubs will comprise of 13 regional winners, two finalists from the Southern Stream with the Northern Stream having three spots, the current 12 Premiership clubs, and finally, the two clubs that were relegated from the Premiership last season - Chief Santos and Mighty Gunners.
Namibia was thrust in the spotlight on Friday when the Queen’s Baton, to promote the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, arrived in Windhoek.
The Namibian leg of the Queen’s Baton Relay formed part of a worldwide relay which started at Buckingham Palace on March 8, and is scheduled to reach its conclusion on October 3, when the Queen’s Baton will arrive in New Delhi and her message will be read to the athletes during the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.