Archive - Jun 4, 2012
With the 2011/12 Namibia Premier League having come to an end, it is now time to choose the FNB Player of the Season.
We have selected 10 finalists, made up of our seven FNB Player of the Month finalists and three more players who excelled throughout the season.
The FNB Player of the Season will receive a unit trust from FNB Namibia, while a lucky reader who votes for him will receive a gift hamper from FNB Namibia.
To stand a chance of winning a prize SMS the keyword of your player, (eg Player 3) to 5002. SMS charged at N$2.00.
The finalists are:
Civics’ youthful defender Peter Steven is our FNB Player of the Month after receiving the most votes from our panel of judges.
It was a close contest with Steven just pipping Mighty Gunners winger David Anton to the prize. Steven received four votes, with Anton receiving three and Black Africa winger Eslin Kamuhanga two votes.
Steven was very happy to hear that he had won, saying he never expected it.
The Brave Warriors departure from Nigeria has been delayed due to the plane crash that happened in Lagos on Sunday morning.
The Brave Warriors lost 1-0 to Nigeria in Calabar on Sunday afternoon and were supposed to depart from Lagos on Monday morning for Accra, Ghana with Nigeria Airways, but that has now been delayed.
A passenger plane crashed into a densely populated part of Lagos, Nigeria's commercial hub, on Sunday, killing all 147 people on board, the airline said.
JS Academy ran up a cricket score against Challengers, while Okahandja Beauties were held to a surprising draw by Poly Babes in NFA Women’s Super League action over the weekend.
JS Academy completely outclassed Challengers to win their encounter 17-1, to move three points clear at the top of the log.
The youthful JS Academy team were already leading 7-0 at halftime and the agony continued for Challengers after the break as they could not keep up with the fast paced attacks of JS Academy.
Francois Erasmus was re-elected as the president of Cricket Namibia at its annual general meeting in Windhoek on Saturday.
The other board members who were elected are Neil Rossouw as the Director of Players’ Affairs, Kallie Engelbrecht as the Director of Cricket Affairs, Franklin Green as the as the Director of Development and Hannes du Plessis as the Director of Marketing.