Otjozondjupa amateur boxers training hard for regional trials


Under-20 amateur boxers in the Otjozondjupa Region are training hard to prepare for their regional trials taking place at Otjiwarongo later this month.

Chairperson of the Otjozondjupa Regional Boxing Federation, Onesmus Kalipi said in an interview with Nampa on Tuesday 35 boxers, four from Otavi, 10 from Okahandja, six from Okakarara and 15 from Otjiwarongo - are expected to compete in the trials on 21 and 22 March.

"The trials will select the 10 best amateur boxers to compete at national level in Windhoek from 12 to 16 May," said Kalipi.

Black Africa to put pressure on African Stars: Richter


Black Africa Football Club coach Lucky Richter said there is still hope that his side can clinch an 11th Namibia Premier League (NPL) title in the 2017/18 season.

Richter said this Tuesday night after his team's 2-1 win against UNAM at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

The coach told Nampa that if they focus on their course, nothing will stop them from becoming champions again.

"As a team, our objective is to focus on our course which is winning our games. The bigger picture will sort itself out," said Richter.

Stars consolidate NPL lead


African Stars Football Club consolidated their lead atop the Namibia Premier League log with consecutive 2-0 wins over Rundu Chiefs and Mighty Gunners over the weekend at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

The wins saw Stars collect maximum points to move to 47 points on the log, opening up a 10-point lead over Black Africa, who are in second position with a game in hand.

Stars started the game brightly, being the aggressors against a Gunners team that was still beaming from their 2-1 victory over Civics on Saturday.

Rukoro leads NFA team to Caf Women’s football symposium


Namibia Football Association (NFA) Secretary-General, Barry Rukoro leads the Namibian delegation to the first-ever Confederation of African Footfall (Caf) Women's Football Symposium in Marrakech, Morocco from Monday to Wednesday.

Rukoro is accompanied by Titus Kunamuene and Jacky Gertze as NFA representatives, while the NFA Women's Desk General Manager, Jacqui Shipanga, is also attending as an International Federation of Football Associations (Fifa) delegate.

HARFA holds draw for Debmarine cup


The Hardap Region Football Association (HARFA) on Tuesday held a draw for the Debmarine Namibia Cup for the 2017/2018 season, at the Mariental Youth Centre.

Twelve teams are affiliated to the association for the season.

The Debmarine Namibia Cup will start this coming weekend with knock-out rounds in the first and second divisions before the last 32 teams, including the 16 Namibia Premier League (NPL) teams, battle it out for further progression.

The draw saw the Hardap Correctional Facility Football Club (FC) drawn in the first game against Flying Eagles FC from Mariental.

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