Archive - Jan 20, 2010 - Story
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) is to host a FIFA Women’s Coaching Course starting on Saturday in Windhoek. The course, which will be conducted by three renowned names in international women’s football, will be taking place at the Tabitha Conference Centre in Khomasdal and will bring together 35 participants.
“This course is the continuation from the one we had in 2009 and the participants will surely learn more from the course conductors,” Jackey Gertze head of the NFA Women’s Desk said.
The Nedbank/CYMOT Cycling camp, to be held in Omaruru this weekend for young and upcoming cyclists is set to outdo all expectations and be a major improvement on the first such camp held in 2008.
Interest in the camp has exceeded all of Dan Craven’s expectations as the event organiser and host; to such an extent that entries had to be increased from the initial 12, to 18 and then again to 21. The last increase in size was to accommodate three South African riders that are to travel to Namibia just to be able to join the weekend camp.
The annual NFA flagship competition starts this weekend as the LEO NFA Cup takes centre stage in all 13 regions of the country with the elimination rounds of the Second First Divisions. The preliminary round of the Leo NFA Cup will be played on Saturday, 23 January and Sunday 24 January in major towns in all regions, with all divisional winners advancing to the competition proper where they will join up with Namibia Premier League clubs on weekends of February 21 and 28 across the country.