Archive - Oct 25, 2011 - Story
SFC and Cohen FC were the winners of the A and B Categories of the Bank Windhoek Fistball Cup held in Swakopmund recently.
SFC won all their matches on their way to the final with the help of former German U21 international and current German Bundesliga player, Nick Trinemeier.
SFC beat the Bank Windhoek National League A champions, SKW 1, in the final to lift the winners’ trophy.
In the final of the B-Category, defending champions, Cohen FC kept a clean sheet in the run up to the final.
Three Namibian teams will participate at the Hong Kong Inline Cup from 17 to 27 November.
The U14 Namibian Cheetahs, the U18 Namibian Lions and the Namibian Badgers (women) will participate which will see teams from 13 other countries participating.
A fundraising Wine Auction was held recently for the U18 Namibian Lions team and N$75 000 was raised.
The tournament will be for the U10, U14, U18, senior women and senior men.
The other countries expected to take part are Britain, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Korea, Canada, USA, Hong Kong, Brazil, Iran, India, Macau and Australia.
South African shottist, Tobie de Wet was the winner of the African Grand Prix held in Windhoek over the weekend.
De Wet was in a league of his own when he shot a new range record of 142/150 clays leaving his opponents far behind.
Defending champion, Gielie van Wyk from Namibia finished second. The bronze medal had to be decided through a sudden death shoot out between two Angolan shooters, Paulo Silva and Kallie Mendonca. Silva emerged victorious to claim third place.
The junior division was won by Francois Marais while South Africa also won the team event.