Werner Lassen won the Bank Windhoek Namibian Open Golf Tournament for a record 10th time on May 5 after beating Andrew Dodds on a sudden death play-off.
Both golfers finished on a total of 292 after four rounds at the Windhoek Country Club to force the play-off, which Lassen won at the first hole.
Civics won the Namibia Premier League title for the third year in a row after thrashing Tigers 4-0 amid scenes of jubilation and ecstasy at Windhoekâ??s SKW Stadium on Friday night.
The victory puts Civics clear at the top of the log on 46 points â?? 10 more than second-placed Oshakati City, who only have three matches remaining and cannot overtake Civics anymore.
Friendsâ?? relegation fears increased when they lost 4-2 to Ramblers on Friday night.
Friends had taken a 2-0 lead and seemed to be heading for a victory, but the match swung Ramblersâ?? way early in the second half when Friendsâ?? midfielder Laurentius Gomachab was sent off after receiving two yellow cards.
The Democratic Republic of Congo went three points clear at the top of Group 10 of the African Cup of Nations qualifiers when they beat Ethiopia 2-0 in Kinshasa on Sunday, April 29.
Portsmouth striker Lomana LuaLua flew overnight from Britain to score on Sunday in a rearranged CAF Africa Cup of Nations Group 10 qualifier in Kinshasa.
Civics will be crowned the 2006/07 Namibia Premier League champions if they beat Tigers at the SKW Stadium on Friday evening.
With only three matches remaining in the league, Civics are seven points clear of second placed Oshakati City and will make sure of winning the title if they beat Tigers.