Renamo Bucks win Omaheke Top 8
02 July 2019 | Sports
The tournament, which saw 26 football teams and 16 netball teams competing for top honours, was held at the Legare Stadium.
In the first netball semi-final, Evero United defeated Four Stars from Aminuis 28-15.
Otjeue City from Aminuis overcame Epukiro-based Ovituua 20-17 in the second semi-final.
Evero United won the Omaheke Top 8 netball category after they defeated Otjeue City 28-18 in the final.
They took home N$5 000, a trophy and 12 gold medals.
Otjeue City pocketed N$2 500, along with 12 silver medals, while Ovituua and Four Stars each took home N$1 250 as the losing semi-finalists.
In the football category, Eastern Swallows from Epukiro overcame Otjinene-based Okauua Rovers 4-3 on penalties after a goalless draw in the first semi-final.
The second semi-final saw an Epukiro derby between Renamo Bucks and Otjimanangombe, with Renamo Bucks emerging 4-3 victors on penalties following a goalless draw.
Renamo Bucks then won the final, defeating Eastern Swallows 1-0.
They pocketed N$10 000, a trophy and 20 gold medals.
Eastern Swallows took home N$5 000 and 20 silver medals, while Otjimanangombe and Okauua Rovers each took home N$2 500 as the losing semi-finalists.
Eastern Swallows' Wandy Kahuure won the player of the tournament award, while Veta Meroro from Otjeue City won the same award in the netball category.
The Omaheke Top 8 is contested by teams from Omaheke's constituencies that reached the quarterfinals of their respective annual tournaments held during December in the preceding year.