Wanderers beat Unam 41-11 on April 21 to keep their hopes alive of qualifying for the MTC Namibia Rugby Premier League final.
Unam were competitive in the first half and, in fact, were leading 15-8 at the break, but they couldnâ??t contain a rampant Wanderers side in the second half. Wanderersâ?? scrum was awesome, while their forwards and backs combined swiftly as they ran in a total of six tries to gain an important bonus point.
Civics and Blue Waters drew 0-0 in a hard fought and uncompromising battle at Windhoekâ??s Independence Stadium on April 21.
It didnâ??t help matters that the match started 20 minutes late after Humphries Security failed to turn up in time. The teams took it upon themselves to control their players and the match started without security, but the pent up frustration soon boiled over onto the field.
MTC Namibia Premier League
Civics are closing in on the Premier League title and if they win their two matches this weekend they will be virtually assured of winning it fir the third year in a row.
The Danone Nations Cup was launched for the first time in Namibia at the NFAâ??s soccer house in Windhoek today, eight years after it was launched in France in 2000.
Representing the sponsor, Danone Clover, the brand manager of the Danone Nations Cup, Tlalane Makape said:
The Namibia Sport Commission has warned Athletics Namibia president Alpha Kangueehi that it will deregister Athletics Namibia as a member of the NSC if it does not rectify the shortcomings that have dogged the beleaguered body for the past few years.