All set for Desert Dash 2017


All is set for the 2017 Nedbank Desert Dash race which kicks off at 15h00 on Friday at the Grove Mall in Windhoek and finishes at Tiger Reef in Swakopmund at 15h00 Saturday afternoon.

Speaking at the registration point at that mall Thursday afternoon, Head of Marketing and Communications at Nedbank Namibia Limited, Gernot de Klerk told Nampa everything is in place for the 369-kilometre cycling race which crosses the world?s oldest desert (Namib).

Woody Jacobs quits Pirates, joins Tigers


Orlando Pirates coach Woody Jacobs has quit the Katutura giants, after what he termed "lack of appreciation" from the football club.

Jacobs confirmed this to Nampa on Wednesday evening after witnessing the match between Pirates and the University of Namibia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Jacobs tendered his resignation on Wednesday morning.

"I decided to leave Pirates because I felt I was not being appreciated by the management. I sent in my letter of resignation and they accepted it. No hard feelings from my side; it is on to the next project," he said.

United, Juve, Roma, Basel qualify


Manchester United and Juventus were among the sides to clinch a place in the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday, while Bayern Munich gained a measure of revenge over Paris Saint-Germain.

United, Juventus, Roma and Basel all went through with victories in their final group games, but Atletico Madrid, beaten finalists in 2014 and 2016 were eliminated.

Jose Mourinho's United side came from behind to beat CSKA Moscow 2-1 at Old Trafford as they reach the knockout rounds for the first time since 2013-14.

Young African crowned Debmarine champions


Young African were crowned the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup champions following their three goals to two victory over Mighty Gunners after extra time at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis on Saturday.

Playing in front of a capacity crowd, Gunners took the lead in the ninth minute when Vernon Klaazen put the ball into an empty net after a header by Uaondjavure Nakambare hit the upright, leaving Young African goalminder, Mbemutjiua Mata, a beaten man.

Both teams failed to keep possession, with passes going astray and possession changing hands frequently.

Tigers' woes continue


Tigers Football Club's woes continued on Thursday night as they were defeated two goals to one by a youthful Tura Magic Football Club in a Namibia Premier League (NPL) clash at Sam Nujoma Stadium.

Goals by Teberius Lombard and Philipus Junius either side of the half time break saw Tura Magic go on top of NPL table.

It was also a day of redemption for Tura Magic who lost six goals to two against Blue Waters at Kuisebmund Stadium in their last fixture, where three of their players were sent off, with first choice goalkeeper, Mervin Kasetura, sustaining an injury.

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