SKW tourney rocks

13 March 2018 | Sports

The annual SKW tournament concluded over the weekend with Swallows winning the under-17 category.

The youth football tournament was once again sponsored by Retirement Fund Solutions to the tune of N$48 000.

SKW chairman Vincent Molzahn was happy with the standard of football and the number of spectators. The SKW Soccer Division thanked all the helpers, referees, players and parents who gave of their time. “It is not all about winning, it is about making sure that the players get as many playing minutes as possible and to see as many happy faces as possible,” a SKW youth said.



List of winners

U-7

1) Ramblers

2) DTS

3) SKW

U-9

1) SKW U/9

2) DTS

3) SKW U/8

U-11

1 Falcons

2 Swallows

3 SKW

u13

1) Ramblers

2) Otjiwarongo

3) SKW

U-15

1) SFC

2) SKW

3) Ramblers

U-17

1) Swallows

2) SKW

3) SFC

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA

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