Archive - May 27, 2012 - Story
The second round of the NFA Women’s Super League resumed on Saturday with the top two teams, JS Academy and Okahandja Beauties recording contrasting victories.
Log leaders JS Academy were made to work hard for a 4-2 victory against Unam Bokkies, but Okahandja Beauties thrashed BDF United 13-1 to remain second, one point behind JS Academy.
Poly Babes recorded a comfortable 7-0 win against bottom placed Challengers, to remain third on the log.
After a goalless first half, the match sprang into life with four goals in the first five minutes of the second half.
By Cherylin Zirimah
The Brave Warriors played to a goalless draw against Mozambique in a friendly match in Würzburg, Germany on Saturday.
Namibia were the early aggressors, with striker Tangeni Shipahu carrying the ball into the Mozambican half on a number of occasions.
The Brave Warriors were unlucky not to be awarded a penalty on 10 minutes when it appeared that Sadney Urikhob was brought down in the box.
Mozambique frustrated the Namibian attack with some solid defending at times. The Namibians however also made things difficult for themselves with poor finishing.