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.

Women's Super Cup winning prize doubled by Debmarine


The prize money for the winner of the inaugural NFA Women's Super Cup has been doubled to N.dollars 20 000.

The final of the competition will be played on Saturday between Khomas Namibian Police and Tura Magic Ladies football clubs in Gobabis.

The two teams reached the final on Sunday after winning their respective group games and semi-finals at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Centre on Saturday and Sunday.

The final will be the curtain raiser of the Debmarine Namibia Cup men?s main final at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis.

Welwitschia's handed a whitewash by Uruguay


National senior rugby team, the Welwitschias, lost their second and last match of the test series against Uruguay 34-39 at the Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday.

The two teams had a two match series as preparation for the 2019 World Cup qualifiers to be played next year.

In the opening match of the series a week ago, the Welwitschias lost the match 36-52.

Shangula heads Namibia’s women referees on FIFA panel


Former Brave Gladiators player, Victoria Shangula has been named in the Namibian female referees team for the Federation of International Association Football (FIFA) 2018 Referees Panel.

A media release issued Tuesday by Namibia Football Association (NFA) Referees Coordinator Absalom Goseb said Shangula is joined for the first time by two assistant referees - Olivia Amukuu and Paulina Joel - on that prestigious list of officials who can officiate at international matches.

Welwitschias ready for Uruguay test


National Rugby Team (The Welwitschias) Head Coach, Phil Davies says Namibia is ready for its two test matches against Uruguay at the Hage Geingob Stadium.

Namibia is scheduled to face Uruguay in test matches on 18 and 25 November.
Speaking during a press conference here on Thursday, Davies said they will try and pick their strongest team as they try to win and improve their rankings.

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