Gaby Ahrens beat Namibia’s top male shottists to win the Namibian National Olympic Trap title last weekend.
Competing at the Namibia Olympic Shotgun Range at Luiperdsvalley just oustside Windhoek, Ahrens was the only female shottist competing in the Olympic Trap discipline in the shotgun.
With a total score of 109 out of 125 Ahrens progressed to the final where she met Anton Coetzee in the Gold Medal match.
Coetzee shot 8 out of 15 in the final while Ahrens shot 11 out of 15 to win the gold medal and the 2013 national title.
Etjenne Coetzee won the bronze medal.
Brave Warriors coach Roger Palmgren named a 27-man squad for a friendly match against Zambia in Windhoek on Saturday, May 25.
Rundu Chiefs’ young goalkeeper Edward Maova and Tigers striker Panduleni Nekundi have been called up for the first time while several other players have been recalled to the squad after prolonged absences.
Namibia’s national Under 20 rugby team beat Boland U20 36-17 in a friendly match in Stellenbosch on Saturday.
Namibia led 12-0 at halftime and scored six tries in total.
Eighthman Wian Conradie and centre Handre Bezuidenhout each scored two tries while right wing Riekert van der Merwe and fullback Denver Murorua each scored one try.
Murorua added three conversions for a personal tally of 11 points.
Boland scored three tries and one conversion in the second half.
Team manager Gabriel Tjombe said it was a fine all round performance.
Defending champions Western Suburbs got off to a winning start in the Namibian Rugby Premier League with a narrow 24-21 victory against Rehoboth on Saturday.
The sides were level at 21-all with five minutes remaining but Suburbs substitute Shaun Kaizemi clinched the victory with a penalty in injury time.
In a close encounter, the teams were level at 6-6 after two penalties apiece by Suburbs flyhalf Justin Nel and Rehoboth centre McGeechan Christiaans, before Suburbs took the lead after a try by hooker Rathony Becker, who went over in the corner from a quick tap penalty.
Black Africa and African Stars played to a thrilling draw in front of a near capacity crowd at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday night.
Although there were no goals there was plenty of excitement as both sides played attacking soccer and had numerous chances to find the net.
BA keeper Arnold Subeb pulled off a great diving save from a Freedom Puriza cracker on 28m, tipping the ball over the bar.
Black Africa came close on 35m when a Denzil Haoseb freekick hit the upright and Muna Katupose scored from the rebound but he was ruled offside.