Blue Waters suffered their second defeat of the weekend when they went down 4-2 to Orlando Pirates at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Sunday.
Pirates attacked from the start and the gaps soon opened up. Wilfred Coetzee, Patrick Jagger and Enrico Afrikaner all came close in the opening stages before Jagger took the lead in the 24th minute. He received the ball from a long kick upfield, beat a defender and fired a 30m shot into the net.
Western Suburbs started the rugby season on a high note when they beat the defending champions Wanderers 48-38 in the MTC Premier League at their home ground, Suburbs Park on Saturday.
The teams weighed up evenly in the forward exchanges, but Suburbsâ?? fleet-footed backline and the accurate goalkicking by fullback McGrath van Wyk ultimately made the difference.
Orlando Pirates finally got back to winning ways to beat Eleven Arrows 1-0 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Pirates had only won one of their previous ten matches â?? a sequence which saw them going to the bottom of the log, and their diehard fans were desperate for a win.
Black Africa maintained their dominance over Blue Waters this season when they won their MTC Premier League match 3-2 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
It was BAâ??s second victory against Blue Waters, following their 5-3 win in the first round of the MTC NFA Cup, while their first league encounter ended in a 0-0 draw.
Kingsley announced a major sponsorship for Ramblers Football Club on Friday evening, which will place the Pionierspark-based club firmly on the road to professionalism.
Although members of Ramblers and the international soft drinks mix company, Kingsley, did not want to divulge how much the sponsorship would amount to, the chairman of Ramblers, Harald Hecht said it was probably the biggest sponsorship yet in Namibian football.