Otjiwarongo Football Club dominated a junior soccer tournament in Windhoek on Saturday, winning both the Under 15 and Under 17 competitions.
The tournament was organized and hosted by St Paulâ??s College and saw school teams and soccer academies competing in the two age group categories.
The long awaited showdown between defending champions Unam and log leaders Windhoek Old Boys on Friday night failed to materialize after no referees turned up to officiate at the match.
It was not the first time this season that hockey fixtures had to be rearranged after officials failed to turn up for matches.
United ran out comfortable 38-3 winners against Unam in a MTC Rugby Premier league match on Saturday.
Playing at the Unam Stadium, Unam did well to match United in the first half as the visitors took a 14-3 lead at halftime.
Eleven Arrows and Cymot SKW were the big movers after Round 19 of the MTC Namibia Premier League on Sunday.
Arrows collected maximum points after beating Tigers 3-0 and Ramblers 2-1 in Walvis Bay over the weekend, to move up four places up to fourth position on the log. They now have 25 points from 17 matches, but there is a sizeable gap between them and third-placed Ramblers, who are on 33 points from 19 matches.
A goal in injury time by Rudi Louw gave Civics a rather fortunate 1-0 win against African Stars on Sunday afternoon.
Stars had the better chances but could not round them off and the game seemed to be heading for a draw when Louw struck two minutes into injury time with a great freekick that hit the right hand corner of the net.