Otjijere win Winter Cup

04 August 2020 | Sports

NAMPA



Otjijere netball team from Otjinene won the eighth edition of the annual Katutura Sports Union (Kasu) Winter Cup in Windhoek on Sunday.

In the first semi-final Otjijere defeated Greenwell 24-15, whereas Okavandje overcame Amakongos 28-18 in the second semi-final. Otjijere were then crowned netball champions after defeating Okavandje 34-28 in the final. They took home N$4 000, a trophy plus 12 gold medals, while runners-up Okavandje pocketed N$ 2 000 plus 12 silver medals.

Amakongos and Greenwell each got N$1 000 for coming third.

The football matches of the tourney will continue on 8 August with the quarterfinals.

The defending champion in the football category, Tom and Jerry, booked their place in the semi-final of the competition.

This year's tournament attracted 24 football teams and 14 netball teams and is expected to end on 8 August.

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