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.

//Kharas Coastal Stream Second Division football league starting in March


The //Kharas Second Division Coastal Stream will start its 2018 league next month, with the first four rounds scheduled to be played at Rosh Pinah, Oranjemund and Luderitz.

The Coastal and Inland Streams both have 10 teams for the new season.
Round one and two will be played on 10 and 11 March, with Rush Ups Football Club (FC) and Men United scheduled to open proceedings on the Saturday.

In probably the game of the round, Youngsters FC will face Atlantic Stars, while Novanam FC will face rookies Touch & Go FC.

Our aim is the top four: Jacobs


Tigers Football Club head coach Woody Jacobs says his team's aim is to finish in the top four at the end of the 2017/18 Namibia Premier League (NPL) season.

He said this on Sunday night after his team beat Black Africa 2-1 to end the weekend on a high after collecting six points from their two fixtures. Their first win of the weekend was a 1-0 win against Young Africa.

The NPL defending champions who are now on 24 points after a disastrous first leg where they only won three games from 13 played, are currently nine points away from a top four spot on the log standing.

Black Africa moves to second place on NPL log standing


Black Africa Football Club moved within four points of log leader African Stars after they sunk Tura Magic 2-1 on Saturday afternoon at the Sam Nujoma Stadium here.

With their win the Katutura giants are now on 34 points while African Stars are top of the log on 38 points from 18 matches played thus far.

With the defeat, Tura Magic drop to third place on the log with 33 points while Young African moved a place down to fourth on 32 points.

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