Civics beat Tigers 3-1 at the SKW field on Saturday to move to the top of the log.
The highly anticipated match didnâ??t live up to expectations, with both teams looking rather lackluster, but Civics stepped up a gear when it mattered most.
A great goal by Tjono Jagger in the second last minute of the game gave Black Africa a 2-1 victory against Cymot SKW on Friday night.
SKW goalie Heribert Kapeng punched a cross away and Jagger smashed a great volley into the net to break SKWâ??s hearts.
Orlando Pirates beat African Stars 1-0 in a pulsating match at the SKW field on Friday night.
Saul Coetzee scored the winning goal in the 62nd minute after Stars keeper Max Mbaeva couldnâ??t control a cross and Coetzee pounced onto the loose ball to stab it into the net. It was Ali Akanâ??s first victory as Pirates coach after a lean spell and gave them three valuable points.
Four players are jointly leading the goal scoring charts in the Namibian Premier Soccer League.
Jerome Louis of Black Africa, Civicsâ?? Floris Diergaardt, Henry Somseb of Cymot SKW and Eleven Arrowsâ?? Rudolf Bester have scored five goals each.
We have a jampacked weekend of sport with soccer, rugby, swimming and hockey topping the bill.
The MTC Namibia Premier League continues with some mouthwatering clashes lined up. The top three teams Ramblers, Tigers and Civics will all meet each other and the outcome of these matches could have a big influence on the log standings, with only three points separating the three.