Archive - Jun 19, 2012
Newcomers King Kaluma Palace Volleyball Club (KKPVC), who participated in the Bank Windhoek National Volleyball League for the first time last weekend, caused the biggest surprise of the day when they beat Unam 3-0.
Playing at the NDF Military Base in Grootfontein, KKPVC gave an outstanding performance which saw the students from Unam struggling to hit back, despite the continuous efforts of their spiker, Myriam Naanda.
Although their performance against Unam was excellent, KKPVC lost their match against Khomas Nampol Volleyball Club (KNVC), 3-0.
Namibian rugby coach Danie Vermeulen said he expected a tough match when Namibia take on South African Universities in Windhoek on Saturday afternoon.
The match will serve as preparation for Namibia ahead of their African qualifying matches for the 2015 World Cup in Madagascar in July, when Namibia will take on the host nation, Morocco and Senegal.
“They have selected a very good side and we are in for a tough match,” Vermeulen told Namibia Sport.
With the 2011/2012 done and dusted, the Namibia Football Association will be hosting the Northern Stream First Division play-offs at Tsumeb this weekend to determine who joins Namibia’s second tier football league for next season.
The matches will be played at the Oscar Norich Stadium and will see eight teams in action for only two qualifying spots.
Young Tops will represent Ohangwena region, King Fischer will represent Caprivi and Omusati will have Epupa Stars in the mix.