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Oshana to host championships

The Oshana Heroes’ Athletics Championships will see disabled people from 11 regions compete in a variety of sports disciplines at Oshakati on Saturday.
The Oshana Heroes’ Club, a local sport club for people living with disabilities, is hosting the event for the 14th consecutive year.
Participants from the Oshana, Ohangwena, Omusati, Oshikoto, Kavango East and West, Khomas, Erongo, Hardap, //Karas and Zambezi regions will participate this year.
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Under-17s romp to semis

The national under-17 football team yesterday gave a dominant performance on their way to beating Seychelles 4-1 in their final group match at the Cosafa U-17 Cup, being staged in Mauritius.
With Namibia needing victory to book their place among the semi-finalists, coach Timo Tjongarero made three changes to the team that started against South Africa on Monday.
The changes appeared to be an indication that the team would go on the offensive, as two defenders made way.
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Host country beats Namibia at netball qualifiers

Namibia’s under-21 national netball team suffered their fourth straight defeat when they went down 49-36 to Botswana at the Africa U-21 World Cup qualifiers yesterday.
Despite the loss some positives can be drawn from the match as this was the closest margin Namibia has lost by at the event taking place in Botswana.
The Namibians lost their opening match 30-48 to Malawi on Sunday before losing their second game 26-47 to Uganda. Their third match was a 20-38 loss to Zimbabwe.
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NRU probes Reho Falcon-Kudu fracas

A disciplinary case involving the Kudu and Reho Falcon teams is enjoying attention and is high on the priority list of the Namibian Rugby Union (NRU).
Referee Oscar Lambert ended the premier league match in Narraville on 16 July prematurely with about ten minutes of playing time left, citing concern for the safety of the players.
“We are looking into the issue and would like to resolve it due to the looming quarterfinal round of the respective leagues scheduled for this weekend,” said Norwin Oosthuizen, an administrator at the NRU.
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Third loss for under-21 netballers

Namibia’s under-21 netball team lost their day two games of the Africa U-21 World Cup qualifiers against Uganda and Zimbabwe on Monday.
The U-21 Africa World Cup qualifiers are currently under way in Gaborone, Botswana.
The qualifiers started on Sunday and end this Saturday.
The Namibian team lost their second game 26-47 against Uganda and then went on to lose their third game of the competition by 20-38 points against Zimbabwe.
In their opening match of the competition on Sunday the Namibian team lost 30-48 against Malawi.
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African Stars join Hage Geingob Cup party

African Stars have been chosen as the fourth team to compete in this year’s Hage Geingob Cup, which will take place at the Independence Stadium on 6 and 7 August.
South African heavyweights Mamelodi Sundowns, who won the previous two editions, and Orlando Pirates were already in the pot alongside defending Namibia Premier League side Tigers.
According to the organisers of the tournament Stars were the victors after collecting 25 928 votes.
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Boxers in confident mood

Promoter Nestor Tobias has advised fight fans to arrive early at the No Mercy Part IV boxing bonanza on 6 August.
The bonanza will take place at the Windhoek Country Club, with former world champion Paulus ‘Hitman’ Moses fighting South Africa’s Thompson Mokwena in the main bill.
But with four other 12-round fights on the card, MTC Sunshine Boxing Club’s head honcho Tobias said fans would have to seated early if they want to see Walter ‘The Executioner’ Kautondokwa’s fearsome power.
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NRU probes Reho Falcon-Kudu fracas

A disciplinary case involving the Kudu and Reho Falcon teams is enjoying attention and is high on the priority list of the Namibian Rugby Union (NRU).
Referee Oscar Lambert ended the premier league match in Narraville on 16 July prematurely with about ten minutes of playing time left, citing concern for the safety of the players.
“We are looking into the issue and would like to resolve it due to the looming quarterfinal round of the respective leagues scheduled for this weekend,” said Norwin Oosthuizen, an administrator at the NRU.
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Third loss for under-21 netballers

Namibia’s under-21 netball team lost their day two games of the Africa U-21 World Cup qualifiers against Uganda and Zimbabwe on Monday.
The U-21 Africa World Cup qualifiers are currently under way in Gaborone, Botswana.
The qualifiers started on Sunday and end this Saturday.
The Namibian team lost their second game 26-47 against Uganda and then went on to lose their third game of the competition by 20-38 points against Zimbabwe.
In their opening match of the competition on Sunday the Namibian team lost 30-48 against Malawi.
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African Stars join Hage Geingob Cup party

African Stars have been chosen as the fourth team to compete in this year’s Hage Geingob Cup, which will take place at the Independence Stadium on 6 and 7 August.
South African heavyweights Mamelodi Sundowns, who won the previous two editions, and Orlando Pirates were already in the pot alongside defending Namibia Premier League side Tigers.
According to the organisers of the tournament Stars were the victors after collecting 25 928 votes.
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