Archive - Oct 26, 2010 - Story
Muna Katupose of Eleven Arrows and Wycliffe Kambonde of Blue Waters are still the leading goalscorers in the MTC Premiership on completion of Round 5 last weekend.
Neither one scored during last weekend’s matches but they still have a two goal lead at the top with four goals each.
The MVA Fund has donated N$100 000 towards the hosting of the first ever Merit Awards event, which will recognise and honour the sporting achievements of people with disabilities.
The event will be organised in partnership with Disability Sport Namibia (DSN).
The president of DSN, Charles Nyambe said that this is the first time such an event has been held.
The “Double WBO Title Defence” that was scheduled to take place on Saturday 30 October has been cancelled due to problems with funding for the event.
WBO Africa welterweight champion, Bethuel “Tyson” Uushona and WBO Africa bantamweight champion Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda will instead step into the ring on 25 November.
This will be on the same night that the former WBA lightweight champion of the world, Paulus “The Hitman” Moses will make his much-anticipated comeback.
NFA’s Galz & Goals initiative recently visited Okahandja attracting children of all ages and parents eager to support the girls as they participated in a 7-a-side football tournament at Nau-Aib Stadium. The atmosphere was vibrant and energetic as music played and young talent was scouted.
Barely a week after Namibia hosted the World Club Championship in Windhoek the Namibian Fistball season concluded in Swakopmund. The national cup competition was hosted at the SFC Sport Club and saw action in two categories, the National A League and the National B League.
There were few surprises as to the winners. In the National A League SKW 1 added more silverware to their trophy cabinet by beating Cohen Fistball Club (CFC) 1 in the final of the competition. The game turned out to be tight affair. Both sides showed classy fistball in very windy and cold conditions.