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The Namibia Amateur Swimming Union is hosting an advanced swimming coaches course with funding received from the International Olympic Solidarity grant, under the auspices of the Namibia National Olympic Committee.
Three new faces and four South African-based players have been included in the Brave Warriors squad to play Botswana in an international friendly in Gaborone on February 7.
Coach Ben Bamfuchile has called up Ramblers winger Bradley Wermann, Civics striker Floris Diergaardt and Levy Swartbooi of Primero Agosto in a 26-man squad.
In a shock move, Orlando Piratesâ?? captain Riaan Cloete has resigned and joined Namibia Premier League log leaders Ramblers.
Ramblersâ?? spokesman Harald Hecht told Namibia Sport that Cloete had approached Ramblers on Sunday and handed in his resignation to Pirates the next day.
SKW coach Richard Starke was upbeat about his teamâ??s chances when they engage Friends in a basement battle in an MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL) match at the SKW fields tomorrow night.
Starke also revealed his team was unaffected by their pending case in which they had six points deducted for using an unregistered player, Arend Von Stryk, in their opening matches of the season.
Namibia Sport introduced a poll last week, asking our readers to predict who would lead the Namibia Premier league log at the end of last weekend.
We received several entries, but most of you got it wrong.
Namibia will play Botswana in an international soccer friendly in Gaborone on
Barry Rukoro, the acting secretary of the Namibia Football Association (NFA), said Botswana had replaced Algeria as the Brave Warriors opponents in the international friendly.
Namibian international Sydney Plaatjies helped Jomo Cosmos of South Africa beat Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 in a league match at Oppenheimer Stadium on January 21.
Plaatjies scored the opening goal for Cosmos in the 22nd minute.
Ramblers took over from Tigers at the top of the Namibia Premier League log after a weekend of shocks and upsets.
Ramblers chalked up two victories, beating Eleven Arrows 2-1 and Blue Waters 4-1, but the other two early season frontrunners, Tigers and Civics had mixed fortunes.
African Stars took revenge for their FNB Cup final defeat when they beat Civics 2-0 in a Premier League match at Windhoek's Independence Stadium on Sunday evening.
Stars were the first to threaten when Brouwers Litombo was put clear in the penalty area, but Civics keeper Sitali Mulife saved bravely at his feet.
Gerson Keister and Lazarus Kaimbi each scored a brace as Ramblers turned on the style to beat Blue Waters 4-1 at the SKW field on Sunday.
Ramblers were first to threaten and a Bradley Wermann freekick hit the upright early on.