Namibia finished second overall at the COSSASA (Confederation of School Sport Associations of Southern Africa) Championships that recently took place in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Namibia won a total of 19 gold medals - the same as the overall winners, Zimbabwe, who won more silver and bronze medals.
Zimbabwe won 20 silver and 22 bronze medals, while Namibia won 11 silver and 8 bronze medals.
Zambia came third with 6 gold, 13 silver and 8 bronze medals; Botswana came fourth with 3 gold, 8 silver and 9 bronze medals; and Lesotho came fifth with 3 gold and 1 bronze medals.
Namibia remained unchanged at 125 in the world on the latest FIFA rankings that were released on Thursday.
The Brave Warriors have not played over the past month while their next match will be a friendly against Zambia in Windhoek, provisionally set for May 24.
Namibia is ranked eighth in the SADC region and 37th in Africa.
Zambia are the top ranked nation in SADC with a world ranking of 46 and are followed by South Africa (56 in the world) and Angola (93).
The rest of the top SADC nations are Zimbabwe (105), Mozambique (106), Malawi (109), Botswana (125) and Namibia (125).
The SA Under-20 side to face the Welwitschias on Saturday in Stellenbosch was announced on Wednesday in Cape Town.
Kick off time is 14h50 at the Paul Roos Markötter Stadium and the match will be played after the traditional Cape schoolboy derby between Paul Roos and Paarl Gymnasium.
Although several players will miss the clash because of injury, Vodacom Blue Bulls flanker Ruan Steenkamp will still lead a starting fifteen that includes the exciting attacking talents of Robert du Preez (flyhalf) Seabelo Senatla (wing), Justin Geduld (centre) and Cheslin Kolbe (fullback).
The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has expressed gratitude to Skorpion Zinc for their generous support for the recently concluded first-ever Skorpion Zinc U/17 Cup held at Keetmanshoop.
NFA president John Muinjo led the congratulatory messages to the mining giant by extending his appreciation for their involvement in youth football development.
“As President of the NFA, I hereby wish to wholeheartedly extend my appreciation and delight in the professional way the U17 Skorpion Zinc Cup in Keetmanshoop was hosted, organized and delivered."
Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo will be the main attraction when he takes on Nelson Banda of Zambia in a non-title fight over 10 rounds at the Kuisebmund Hall in Walvis Bay on Saturday night.
Indongo is still unbeaten after 13 professional fights while Banda has a record of six wins, two defeats and one draw.
There will be several other interesting match-ups on the undercard, with the popular Mandume Pohamba taking on Tommy Hango in a welterweight fight over 10 rounds.