Archive - Jul 15, 2009 - Story
Anica Profitt was Namibia’s top performer at the South African eThekwini International Gymnastics competition, which recently took place in Durban. Profitt brought pride to her country, team mates and coach, Roumie Kostin when she qualified in the apparatus finals with her clubs routine and achieved fifth place with a score of 17.93.
Her sponsor for this competition, Mr Du Plessis of Ongombe Safaris commented, after they received the results, that they were proud to be associated with such talent.
Western Suburbs have joined United at the top of the MTC Rugby Premier League log following their 65-3 victory against Jaguars on Saturday. The defending champions, Suburbs were clearly in a different class and ran in eleven tries to gain a maximum of seven points. The result saw them joining United at the top of the log on 33 points, although United have a game in hand on Suburbs.
United have played eight matches, while Suburbs have played nine matches. United also have a better points aggregate of plus 172, compared to Suburbs’ aggregate of plus 118.
Namibia will almost certainly compete in next year’s Vodacom Cup rugby competition, following successful negotiations between the Namibia Rugby Union and their South African counterparts.
Namibian national coach John Williams said that Namibia’s request to compete in the Vodacom Cup had been positively received and now it was just a matter of finalising the agreement.