Windhoek Old Boys has taken an early lead in both the men and women’s Premier Leagues, following the first two rounds of the Namibian Field Hockey season.
In the Men’s Premier League, WOB thrashed DTS 7-1 on June 2, with veteran Luke Pennefather scoring five goals and Siabonga Martins and Luke Whittaker one goal each.
A week later DTS however managed to hold the defending champions Unam to a 3-3 draw to get their first point of the season. Young Wayne Jeffrey scored two goals and Luke Bolton 1, while Kave Tjikuniva, Dickson Vambe and Joel Kayuhwa scored for Unam.
In the Women’s Premier League, WOB picked up maximum points in their opening two matches against DTS and Wanderers.
They caused a major upset to beat the defending Indoor League champions DTS 6-0 on June 2, with Carla Brits scoring a hattrick and Jocelle Deyse, Britta Haensel and Dunelle van Taak one goal each.
A week later, they beat Wanderers 4-1 to once again collect maximum bonus points and are comfortably ahead on the log with 8 points from two matches.
DTS recorded their first win of the season when they beat Unam 4-0 last Saturday.
Kaylee Schlechter and Zita Muller each scored two goals to put Namibia into second place on the log on four points.
The Field Hockey Premier League takes a backseat this weekend as the annual “Kom-en-Haal” Schools Hockey Tournament will be held at the Doc Jubber fields in Windhoek.
The tournament starts at 14h00 on Friday afternoon and continues at 07h30 on Saturday morning. The prize giving is scheduled for 17h00 on Saturday. The programme is attached.
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