Archive - Oct 1, 2007 - Story
SKWâ??s menâ??s side and DTSâ?? women won the Namibia National Volleyball Club Championships at the SKW Hall in Windhoek on Sunday, September 30.
In the womenâ??s final, DTS beat Elegance in four sets to lift the trophy. DTS won the first set 25-20, but Elegance came back strongly to take the second set 25-23. That however, was the end of their challenge as DTS won the next two sets 25-11 and 25-17 to win the title.
Reinhold Iita and Helaria Johannes retained their Old Mutual Victory Races titles when they won the senior men and womenâ??s categories in Windhoek on Saturday, September 29.
Iita won all three legs in the series, while Johannes won two of the three events.
By Bernd Kroemer
The time has come again! The 11th Edition of the annual international Moto Cross "Inter-Series" takes place on 3rd of November as well as on the 10th of November. Noteworthy is the fact that the first run on November 3rd will be counting towards the "AMU Championship Southern Africa", in short called â??Southern Challengeâ?. This mega motorsport event in Namibia gains official recognition from the African Motorcycle Union.
Ramblers took an early lead in the Namibia Premier league after beating newcomers Fedics 3-1 in Keetmanshoop on Saturday.
In hot conditions, Fedics took a 1-0 lead, but Ramblers turned on the style after the break to take control of the match. Samson John scored the equaliser, while Ramblersâ?? new signings from Tigers, Jeremia Baisako and Pinias Jacob scored the other two goals. Tigersâ?? former playmaker Nelson Akwenye had a good debut for Ramblers, although Fedics showed that they will not be pushovers.