Tigers thrash Santos for maximum points


Namibia Premier League (NPL) defending champions Tigers Football Club beat Santos 4-1 at the Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) Stadium on Sunday.

Tigers collected maximum points over the weekend as they also beat Young Chiefs from Oshakati with a single goal on Saturday to collect their first three points at the same venue.

Going into the weekend they only had three points and were 13th on the log of 16 teams with two games played.

With maximum six points collected over the weekend from Young Chiefs and Chief Santos, the Shandumbala-based outfit now have nine points.

Ndafoluma ready to fight in Manchester


Namibia's International Boxing Organisation (IBO) Africa middleweight champion, Lukas (The Demolisher) Ndafoluma, said he is ready to show the world his best when he steps into the ring on 10 November in Manchester, United Kingdom.

He is scheduled to fight British boxer, Craig Cunningham, for the World Boxing Council (WBC) International Silver title.

Speaking to the media here on Thursday, The Demolisher, who has a record of 12 fights of which he won 10, lost one and one no-contest, said he is currently in great shape and the world will see a side of him they have not seen before.

Mannetti aims for better FIFA ranking


Namibia’s new top-100 International Federation of Football Associations (Fifa) ranking shows that the team is doing something right, Brave Warriors coach Ricardo Mannetti has said.

Namibia moved from 118th position to 98th in the world rankings and from 45th place to 25th on the African ranking released by Fifa on Thursday.

Namibia’s all-time highest ranking was 68th in 1998.

The team has not been ranked in the top 100 since 2001. The closest it came was in July 2009 when it was ranked 101.

Bouwer banned from rugby for four years


Namibian national rugby player Arthur Christo Bouwer has been suspended from all rugby activities for four years after being found guilty of using a banned substance.

Bouwer, 26, provided an out-of-competition urine sample for testing on 15 June 2016 in Windhoek.

The test came out positive for dehydrochlormethyltestosterone, also known as ‘oral Turinabol’, which is classified as an exogenous androgenic anabolic steroid on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) 2016 List of Prohibited Substances.

More Namibian boxers ranked in WBO rankings


Namibia has eight boxers in the top 15 positions of the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) rankings for November and they fall under the same stable.

South Africa has six, Nigeria three, and Ghana and Tanzania one boxer each.
Namibia’s top-rated boxer is Julius Indongo, who improved his rating from world number four to three. He is the WBO Africa Junior Welterweight champion.

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