Archive - May 2005 - Story
South Africa won the Confederation of School Sport Associations of Southern Africa (COSSASA) Athletics Championships in Windhoek on May 7 for the sixth year in a row.
South Africa won the competition with a total of 382 points, followed by Botswana on 346 and the hosts, Namibia, on 307. Zambia came fourth on 63, Lesotho fifth on 56 and Swaziland sixth on 13.
Paulus The Hitman Moses maintained his unbeaten record as he beat South Africa?s Clinton Kinnear on a fourth round technical knockout at Swakopmund?s Hotel and Entertainment Centre on May 7.
The fight started at a brisk tempo with both boxers landing some heavy blows in the first round. By the second round, Moses started landing some good combinations and had Kinnear in trouble against the ropes at the end of the round.
A great century by Morne Karg enabled Namibia to hold out for a draw against Pakistan A in their final three day match at the Wanderers ground on May 1.
After amassing a 139-run first innings lead, Pakistan had Namibia in trouble at 86/4 in their second innings, before Karg came to the rescue with a great knock. He hit 109 runs from 125 balls, including 10 fours and 5 sixes, which saw Namibia reaching a total of 271/6 when the match was called off.