Ramblers, DTS draw
Ramblers and DTS played to a 3-all draw in an Indoor Hockey menâ??s Premier League match on Monday night.
In a match of few highlights, Ramblers took a 3-0 lead, only to see DTS stage a strong comeback to grab a draw.
Helaria Johannes has prepared thoroughly for Saturdayâ??s Two Oceans Marathon in Cape Town and is ready to defend her title.
Last year Johannes took the Cape by storm when she won the womenâ??s 21km race in a new record time of 73 minutes and 35 seconds. It heralded in a great year, during which she won numerous events in South Africa, including the South African 10km and 20km Championships.
National coach Ben Bamfuchile has announced a strong squad to take on a Shadow Team at the annual Namibia Newspaper Cup competition in Keetmanshoop on Sunday, April 8.
All of Namibiaâ??s local-based national players are in the squad as well as some new players who have performed well in the Namibia Premier League.
Wanderers thrashed Oshakati Cricket Club by 160 runs to win the MTC Premier League title on Saturday.
It was the second year in succession that the two teams met in the final, and once again Wanderers ended up on the winning side.
Ramblers coach Dave Fransman said thorough preparation for their quarterfinal against Eleven Arrows had seen them record a comfortable 4-0 victory to qualify for the semifinals.
â??We prepared thoroughly for this match and I told our players that we must instill our own style on the match from the start, because I didnâ??t want Arrows to make a flying start again.