Unam won the Indoor Hockey Menâ??s Premier League title for the seventh year in a row when they thrashed the X Team from Swakopmund 10-2 on April 21.
Unamâ??s national striker Siabonga Martins was in great form, scoring eight of the goals, while captain Joseph Kashamako and Heini Swartbooi added the other goals.
Onambula United of the Omusati Region won the Hansa Cup after beating Eleven Brothers of Otjiwarongo 2-1 in the final in Oshakati on April 21.
Onamubula were the first to score, but Eleven Brothers equalized shortly before halftime.
A three-day FIFA community course was launched in Windhoek on April 23.
The course was attended by members of Namibiaâ??s football fraternity and the government, including Minister of Sport John Mutorwa and Namibia Football Association president John Mutorwa.
Civicsâ?? influential midfielder Rudi Louw will be out for the rest of the season after injuring his lower right leg during their 2-0 victory against Eleven Arrows on April 22.
Midway through the second half Louw burst through Arrowsâ?? defence and broke into the penalty area where he was upended by Arrrowsâ?? keeper Vonk Tjihenuna. Louw injured his fibia, just above the ankle in the clash and play had to be suspended for several minutes as he received medical treatment.
Civics beat Eleven Arrows 2-0 on April 22 to move closer to the MTC Namibia Premier League title.
Brian Gurirab opened the scoring early on when he latched onto a great throughball by Dumisa Jantze to score from close range.