Archive - Apr 16, 2012
The Namibian Basketball Federation (NBF) in conjunction with the Directorate of Sport in the Ministry of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture on Saturday continued the U20 regional trials.
More than 30 players from Khomas and Hardap went through dribbling, passing and shooting drills and had the chance to showcase their playing skills in scrimmage games.
From the boys Fillemon Auwanga, Pedro Joao, Uakazapi Karuuombe, Andrew Oletu, Raphael Paulus, Reginald Sisande and Uerihorora Tjivikua were invited for the national trials in Windhoek from 26th to 28th April 2012.
The British High Commission in Namibia on Monday issued a press release to mark the 100-day countdown to the opening of the 2012 Olympic Games. The statement reads as follows:
18 April marks 100 days to go until the opening of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Britain is ready and prepared to welcome the world to what promises to be greatest show on earth.
The Olympic Park will be glittering at the centre of the events and celebrations demonstrating great British engineering, design, creativity and ingenuity.
Kudus are the early pace setters in the Namibian Rugby Premier League after completion of the second round over the weekend.
They won their second match in a row on their home ground in Narraville on Saturday after beating Unam 18-11 in a tough encounter that saw a player from each side being red carded for foul play.
Kudus took a 13-0 lead by halftime through tries by Keaane Wellmann and Tyrone Milando and a penalty by Aurelio Plato.
In the second half they stretched their lead to 18-0 after a try by Plato, but Unam made a determined comeback.
SKW and the Cohen FC remain firmly in control of the Bank Windhoek Fistball Championship after the weekend’s exciting league action.
SKW 2, under the leadership of former national team captain Michael Baas, were the team of the day in the National A league, taking home the maximum number of points from their three matches.
They convincingly beat the Swakopmund team of the SFC Sport Club by 4 sets to 2, in a match that was interrupted by a rain and hail storm after the second set.