Unam and DTS look set to win the Men and Women’s Telecom Premier League Indoor Hockey titles respectively when the league comes to a close this weekend.
Although a number of matches still have to be completed due to a congested fixture list, both teams are still unbeaten and are the favourites to win the respective titles.
In the Men’s Premier League Unam retained their unbeaten status with a 7-5 victory against Wanderers on Saturday, after leading 3-2 at halftime.
Wanderers gave a good account of themselves and even drew level at 3-all at a stage, but Unam stepped up a gear to win the match in style.
Their captain Joseph Kashamako had a brilliant match, scoring six goals, while Heini Swartbooi scored their seventh goal.
For Wanderers, Andre Stadler and Billy Beukes each scored a brace, while Ettienne de Villiers scored one goal.
Unam are now unbeaten after five matches and lead the log with 19 points.
DTS, meanwhile scored successive victories against Windhoek Old Boys and Wanderers to move up to second position on the log.
On Saturday they beat WOB 6-3 after the teams were level at 2-2 at halftime. Luke Bolton scored a hattrick for DTS while Ralph Lumley added two goals and Anathi Hans one goal.
Siabonga Martins scored a brace for WOB while Wiehan Strydom scored one goal.
On Monday night, DTS beat Wanderers 6-3 after leading 3-2 at halftime. Luke Bolton once again scored a hattrick while Aidan Bates scored two goals and Wayne Jeffrey scored a penalty.
Andre Stadler, Billy Beukes and Ettienne de Villiers replied for Wanderers, while DTS keeper Handre Bezuidenhout also saved a penalty by Jasper van Zyl.
DTS are now second on the log on 12 points, just ahead of WOB on goal difference. The X Team from Swakopmund are fourth on 9 points while Wanderers are bottom of the log on 2 points.
DTS maintained their unbeaten form in the Women’s Premier League on Saturday when they beat Wanderers 6-2 after leading 3-0 at halftime.
Maggi Mengo was DTS’ star player scoring four goals while Andrea Grogli added a brace. Nicky Malherbe and Juanne Louw scored for Wanderers.
DTS have won all five their matches to date and lead the Women’s Premier League with 20 points. WOB are second on 15 points, followed by Wanderers on 3 points, while Unam must still open their account.