Archive - Nov 2, 2011 - Story
Tigers bounced back from last weekend’s defeat against Hotspurs with a 2-1 victory against Civics on Wednesday night.
Tafadzwa Mvura gave them the lead on 11m while Pineas Jacob made it 2-0 shortly before halftime.
Civics captain Heini Isaacks managed to pull a goal back in the second half but it was not enough as Tigers held on for the victory.
The result saw the two teams swopping places on the log with Tigers moving into third place on 13 points, while Civics dropped down to fifth place on 11 points.
FIFA said on Tuesday it would not get involved in a row involving Burkina Faso who have been accused of flouting rules on the naturalisation of players on their way to qualifying for the African Nations Cup.
According to a report by Reuters, FIFA said it was up to national associations to police themselves when fielding foreign-born players to make sure that they complied with regulations.
The entries for the Namibia Runs for Charity run that will take place at the Independence Arena in Katutura on November 19 are streaming in.
The event organiser, Georg Schmidt said he was looking for at least 500 runners to participate.
“So far I have about 130 who have registered and confirmed their participation,” Schmidt said.
Schmidt said he decided to have the race to collect money for different charities in the country.
Windhoek High School Old Boys Cricket Club (WHS) 1 is currently leading the MTC Premier Cricket League after they won all of their matches so far.
In their fourth match of the season, WHS 1 beat Sparta by eight wickets. Gerhard Erasmus helped his team to the win after scoring 33 runs not out. His team mate, JJ Smit was the best bowler after he took four wickets for nine in 10 overs.
In the other Premier League match, Christi Viljoen helped Wanderers 1 beat United 1 by two wickets when he took three wickets for 27 runs in nine overs.