HopSol produces goals galore
11 August 2020 | Sports
The MTC HopSol Soccer Youth League continued its exciting restart with several high-scoring matches over the weekend at the Deutscher Turn und Sportverein (DTS), Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) and Ramblers Sports Club in the capital.
In the under-17 league, Ramblers A beat DTS by a 2-0 scoreline, while Ramblers B beat Windhoek Gymnasium 1-0.
Swallows beat Fortis Football Academy (FFA) 4-0, while Ramblers beat Athletic Club Football Academy (ACFA) 2-0 and Kasaona FC accounted for Greefies 2-0 and A Shipena lost to SKW by a 3-0 margin.
All these matches took place at the Ramblers A field.
In the under-15 league, FFA lost 3-2 to Kaizen FA with Windhoek Gymnasium losing 3-1 to SKW. DTS beat Ramblers 2-0 and Swallows lost to ACFA 2-1.
These games took place at DTS fields.
At the same venue, the under-13 league saw Windhoek Gymnasium lose by a massive 6-0 scoreline, while the only other match in that league saw ACFA beat Kaizen 3-1.
At Ramblers B Field, the under-12 league produced the only draw result of the day when ACFA and DTS settled for a goalless draw, while Ramblers beat WFC 2-0.
Biggest score of the day
The biggest scoreline of the day saw Swallows score 20 goals against WFC, who managed to get two consolation goals of their own in the under-11 league.
SKW then put nine goals past Windhoek Gymnasium for a 9-1 scoreline and DTS beat ACFA by a 6-5 scoreline.
The under-10 league also had high scores, including that of the Windhoek Gymnasium losing 18-0 against SKW, while DTS beat WFC 8-5 to conclude the day's proceedings.
Speaking to Nampa on Sunday, Collin Benjamin, the founder of the youth league, said they are monitoring the situation regarding the rising Covid-19 positive cases in Windhoek and they will take that into consideration as they continue with the league.
He added that upcoming weekend fixtures will continue as is, and they will then sit down and decide on when to take a break. On the schools that have not participated, he said they accommodated them by postponing their games in hopes that when they open, those schools will then play all their outstanding games.
All matches took place last Saturday.