Archive - Apr 12, 2012 - Story
Namibia beat Canada by 21 runs in a tense One Day International (ODI) match on Thursday to tie the series at 1-all.
In a match of swaying fortunes, Namibia were all out for a paltry 154 with 4 overs still remaining, but then dismissed Canada for 133 with three overs remaining.
The match concluded Canada’s tour of Namibia, which saw the two countries sharing the ODI series, while Namibia won the four-day Intercontinental Cup competition.
The chairman of Black Africa, Cassius Moetie has vowed that they will beat Orlando Pirates on Saturday to win the Premier League title for the second year in a row.
Black Africa just need a point to win the league title and Moetie, in a statement issued to the media, said they were determined to win the title on Saturday.
Windhoek will be hosting a Pilot Youth Leagues Project starting this weekend as the NFA takes youth football to another level.
According to the Namibia Football Association Technical Director Klaus Staerk, youth football is a primary objective of the NFA and his office is mandated with ensuring that structures are in place to streamline youth football and nurture its development.
The head coach of Namibia’s Under-20 soccer side Ricardo Mannetti will draft a few players from the Namibian Newspaper Cup for the April 21 clash against Rwanda in the 2013 African Youth Championship qualifiers first leg.
Speaking at Keetmanshoop after the end of the four-day tournament that brought together the best of regional youth players, Mannetti who also doubles up as an assistant to the Brave Warriors coach Bernard Kaanjuka, said the tournament provided youngsters with a platform to parade their talent and by so doing learn from others to improve their own games.