Paulus â??The Hitmanâ? Moses retained his WBA Intercontinental Lightweight title with an eighth round technical knockout against Beka Sadjaia of Georgia in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
The Hitman gave a ruthless display of attacking boxing and when he caught Sadjaia on the ropes in the eighth round, he let loose with a barrage of punches to the head and body. The Georgian champion had no answer and referee Stan Christodoulou stepped in to stop the fight.
Golden Cheetahs Athletics Club was the best performing club at the season-opening Coca Cola Top Ten Athletics Championships in Windhoek on March 16.
Cheetahs won the club competition with a total of 8 800 points, followed by Winners Athletics Club with 8 600 points and WHS Athletics Club on 8 400 points.
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has granted a testimonial match for Civics captain and Brave Warriors defender Amos Shiyuka, who will retire from football at the end of the season.
At a press conference in Windhoek on Monday, Shiyuka said the testimonial match will take place on June 30 and will see a past and present Civics team coming up against a past and present Bafana Bafana team.
Civics took a huge step closer to winning the MTC Namibia Premier League title for the third year in a row when they picked up a maximum six points away from home over the weekend.
All the other title contenders dropped points over the weekend, which sees Civics opening a gap of seven points at the top of the log.
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.