The Brave Warriors beat a Shadow Team 4-0 in Keetmanshoop over the Easter weekend.
The match formed part of the Namibian Newspaper Cup festivities and the Brave Warriors didnâ??t disappoint with an efficient performance.
By Bernd Kroemer
Who will ever defeat him on Namibian soil? I am talking about the young Moto Cross rider from Botswana: Ross Branch. Ross feels right at home in Namibia and he once again showed that during the 3rd Wesbank- Championships race over the long Easter-weekend in Swakopmund. He loves fast racing, flying over table tops, turning his Kawasaki sideways in a "Whip" and then landing securely and continuing the wild chase across the race track at the salt fields. On two occasions he had to fight from way back to the head of the pack but it didn't hinder him from collecting three heat victories and the maximum number of points at the end of the day.
Swakopmund beat Windhoek 3-1 to win the final of the Score Kicking Aids Out Youth Sports Festival on April 7.
Swakopmund had most of the possession, and spurred on by a vocal home crowd at the Vineta Stadium, they ran out deserved winners to take the cup and book a ticket to Norway. Swakopmund will now join other teams from around the world to participate in the Norway Cup in August, one of the biggest youth sport festivals in the world.
By Festus Nakatana
Suspended Brave Warriors captain, Henrico Botes, continued with his terrific form in the PSL when he scored another goal for Moroka Swallows, in their 3-1 away victory against Bloemfontein Celtic on at the Seisa Ramabodu Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Helaria Johannes won the Old Mutual Two Oceans 21km Marathon on Saturday in a new record time of 73 minutes 16 seconds.
It was the second year in a row that Johannes had won the 21km marathon and the second time that she won it in a record time. She won the 2006 race in a record time of 73 minutes 35 seconds.