Archive - May 2011
Reho Falcon continue to lead the MTC Rugby League log at the end of Round 6 after beating Kudus in Rehoboth on Saturday.
They beat Kudus 45-19 to stretch their lead on top of the log to 30 points with six bonus points. They are the only league team to have won all six of their matches so far.
In second place on the log are Rehoboth who managed to narrowly beat Unam 39-37 over the weekend. They have 23 points with three bonus points. Rehoboth have so far recorded five wins.
A Namibian Under 20 soccer team has arrived in Germany to start a training camp in Westphalia.
The Ministry of Youth, Sport and National Services together with the Namibia Football Association selected 20 young players who will attend the training camp in the region of Westphalia, Germany from May 29 to June 14.
According to Jakes Amaning of the NFA Youth Football desk, the training camp came as a result of the bilateral agreement between the two countries’ governments of cooperation, under which a youth soccer team visits Germany for a training camp on an annual basis.
The annual general meeting of the Namibia Rugby union ended in limbo on Saturday when a group of concerned rugby clubs, led by Western Suburbs and Wanderers, walked out of the meeting.
The concerned clubs tabled a vote of no confidence in NRU president Buks Bok and his executive committee, but when the voting ended locked at 8-8, amidst claims of vote rigging, they walked out of the meeting.