Namib Poultry Gravity Cup kicks off

12 February 2019 | Sports

Michelline Nawatises

The Namib Poultry Gravity Cup is an exciting new platform for schools to showcase their sporting prowess and talents in an extremely upbeat and festive mood!

The Gravity Cup will showcase three school sport codes namely - soccer, sevens rugby and netball.

The official gate count of spectators at the kickoff of the Namib Poultry Gravity Cup was a whopping 1 401 people.

The cup will be held countrywide and there will be five circuits starting in Windhoek and then closing at the end of the year in the capital.

This platform is based on South Africa’s Varsity Cup competition.

Six schools participated in the first soccer tournament: Academia Secondary School, Windhoek High School, Windhoek Gymnasium Private School, Jan Möhr Secondary School, Windhoek Technical High School and Delta Secondary School. All the teams were under-17.

The results were as follows:

Academia vs WHS (0 -1)

Delta vs Whk Gym (1-1)

Jan Möhr vs WHS (0-0)

HTS vs Whk Gym (0-0)

Academia SS vs Jan Möhr (0-1)

Delta SS vs HTS (1-1)

The winners of the first tournament were Windhoek Gymnasium Private School, with Jan Möhr in the second place and Windhoek High School in third.

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