Archive - Jan 14, 2010 - Story
Ricardo Mannetti’s reign as Black Africa coach started on a losing note when they went down 2-0 to his former club Civics on Thursday night. Second half goals by Bradley Werman and Eslin Kamuhanga saw Civics continuing their revival as they registered their third successive victory.
In a hard fought and exciting match, there was plenty of goalmouth action as both teams had numerous scoring chances.
The chairman of the Namibia Premier League JJ Doeseb donated computer equipment to seven Premier League clubs at a press conference in Windhoek today. The millionaire owner of Eleven Arrows said the clubs had met the requirements set at the start of the current season to establish their own offices.
“We pledged to donate computer equipment to clubs which met certain requirements, namely that they must have a furnished office and a fully-fledged administration by the end of November 2009,” he said.
A young and inexperienced Namibian cricket team is finding the going tough in the Cricket South Africa league after they drew against Border last weekend. Namibia had to survive a late onslaught before holding out for a draw in their three-day CSA Challenge match, while they followed that up with a dramatic tie in their CSA One Day Challenge match last Sunday.