Archive - Sep 19, 2009 - Story
Blue Waters maintained their 100 per cent start to the league when they beat Ramblers 2-0 at the Atlantis Stadium in Walvis Bay on Saturday. It was their second successive victory of the season for the newly promoted side, which put them two points clear at the top of the log on six points.
Black Africa and African Stars joined Tigers on four points, after drawing 1-all on Friday night. BA took a first minute lead when Da Costa Angula headed in a Bryan Bantam freekick, but Edison Muheua equalised 9 minutes later, heading in a freekick by Pat Uanivi.
By Chris Buckland
Thursday night saw Wanderers packed to the rafters as Namibia A took on Zambia A in both men and women’s squash matches. The head to head encounters was the culmination of a three-day “Test” between the two nations held at Klein Windhoek and Wanderers and featuring juniors, men’s B teams as well as the top players in both countries.
The Namibian Ladies, Trixie Van der Merwe, Willa Bronner, and Adri Lambert, made a strong start to the evening and overpowered their Zambian counterparts 2-1.