In a match that failed to live up to many heights, Ramblers and Cymot SKW played to a goalless draw at the SKW Stadium on Wednesday night.
The match will rather be remembered for some interesting debuts on either side. National striker Costa Khaiseb finally made his debut for Ramblers, after returning from Black Leopards in South Africa, while Lazarus Kaimbi also turned out for Ramblers. Kaimbi has already signed to join Jomo Cosmos, but Ramblers managed to secure his services till the end of the season when Kaimbi will join Cosmos as a free agent.
After collecting a maximum six points last weekend, Ramblers face a tough match against SKW at the SKW Stadium tonight.
Ramblers need to win in order to keep their Premiership title chase alive and a win will see them join Civics at the top of the log on 27 points.
Paulus The Hitman Moses has declared himself ready and raring to go for next Tuesdayâ??s fight when he will defend his WBA Intercontinental Lightweight title against Beka Sadjaia of Georgia.
The title fight will be the main bout of the â??WBA Double Header and Independence Celebration Boxing Bonanzaâ? at the Windhoek Country Club and will be promoted by the Nestor Tobias Sunshine and Fitness Academy.
Namibian cricketers featured prominently in the batting averages of the recently completed SAA Challenge three-day provincial competition and the SAA Cup One Day competition.
In the SAA Challenge competition, Tatenda Taibu was Namibiaâ??s top batsman, scoring 715 runs in seven matches at an average of 59,58. His top score was 165, while his total of 715 was the fourth highest by a batsman in the competition.
By Bernd Kroemer
Ross Branch of Botswana dominated the second leg of the Namibian Motocross Series at the Gallina Race Track outside Windhoek on Saturday.
Branch won both heats in the Open Class as well as the King of the Dirt to win the Wesbank Trophy for the second time this season. He was also the overall winner of the first leg of the championships at the Gallina track in February.