Their time to shine

The country's top female footballers and officials are set to scoop awards tomorrow night.

11 July 2019 | Sports

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Skorpion Zinc Women Super League will reward its top performers for the 2018/19 season tomorrow night at the NamPower Convention Centre in Windhoek.

There are a total of 11 categories, with Anna-Marie Shikusho, who netted 29 goals during the season, having already bagged the top-scorer award.

The player of the season award will be contested by Tura Magic's Emma Naris, Khomas Nampol's Ndapewa Katuta and Galz & Goals' Beverly Uueziua.

The same players will also compete for the players' player of the season award.

Uueziua has also been nominated for the best young player of the season award, alongside Julia Rutjindo of Galz & Goals and Selma Enkali of Namib Daughters.

The best goalkeeper category will see Susanna Eises of Khomas Nampol vying for the award against Melissa Matheus of Tura Magic and Lydia Eixas from Galz & Goals.

Thuba Sibanda, head coach of Unam Bokkies, is in running for coach of the season, alongside Mamie Kasaona (Galz & Goals) and Shammah Gure (Tura Magic).

Team of the season will be contested between Namib Daughters, Khomas Nampol and Tura Magic.

The team manager of the season category will see Maria Kasheeta from Galz & Goals competing against Antoinette Tsuses from Namib Daughters and Alina Karlos from Unam Bokkies.

The award for best match official will be between Paulina Joel (assistant referee), Vistoria Shangula (referee) and Ismael Tjirimuje (assistant referee).

There will also be a best chairperson award given on the night.

This reporter, together with Strauss Lunyangwe of New Era and Helge Schultz of The Namibian have also been nominated for the journalist of the season award.

The event will start at 18:00.


Similar News


Stars to host tourney

12 hours ago | Sports

African Stars will be hosting a tournament this weekend in the capital at the Sam Nujoma Stadium from Friday to Sunday. The tournament will see...

Desert Jewels blow away Cook Islands

12 hours ago | Sports

The Desert Jewels caused a storm in the Pacific by beating favourites Cook Islands 61-47 in their third match at the M1 Nations Cup that...

Golden girl returns

12 hours ago | Sports

Namibia's golden girl Johanna Benson, who last ran competitively in March last year in South Africa at the Nedbank National Championships, is set to return...

Mbidi loses defamation battle

12 hours ago | Sports

Former Namibia Football Association (NFA) president Frans Mbidi's bid to sue Roger Kambatuku, the former chairman of the NFA ad hoc committee, has failed. Mbidi...

Basketballers eye 2024 Olympics

1 day - 22 October 2019 | Sports

STAFF REPORTER Namibia’s 3x3 national basketball team recently competed in Doha, Qatar at the 2019 World Beach Games, also known as the ANOC World...

Peyper triggers scorn for 'mocking' red card

1 day - 22 October 2019 | Sports

Japan Rugby World Cup referee Jaco Peyper has sparked anger after posing for a photo with Welsh fans in which he appeared to mimic the...

Desert Jewels impress

1 day - 22 October 2019 | Sports

Namibia will face Cook Islands in their third match at the ongoing M1 Nations Cup in Singapore at 11:00 today.“Our plan is to go out...

'Beast Master' falls short

1 day - 22 October 2019 | Sports

Vikapita 'Beast Master' Meroro lost an international cruiserweight 10-round title fight by unanimous decision to South Africa's Akani 'Prime' Phuzi at the Blair Gowrie Recreation...

'Stop illegal fights'

1 day - 22 October 2019 | Sports

Chairperson of the Ohangwena Boxing Federation (OBF) Israel Hamutumbangela says an upcoming boxing event, slated for the end of this month at Helao Nafidi, is...

Samaria's future still up in the air

1 day - 22 October 2019 | Sports

The Fifa normalisation committee is remaining mum on whether Brave Warriors interim coach Bobby Samaria will get the nod to coach the national team on...

Latest News

Drownings sour rain relief

12 hours ago | Accidents

Life-giving rainfall in the north has led to two schoolboys drowning in Oshana on Monday. A Chinese national also drowned on Sunday at the Olushandja/Etaka...

Upbeat Calle preaches recovery

12 hours ago | Economics

Finance minister Calle Schlettwein says the domestic economy is projected to gradually emerge from the recession in 2020 with a moderate growth rate of about...

Shanghala plays the artful dodger

12 hours ago | Politics

CATHERINE SASMAN Justice minister Sacky Shanghala, who is alleged to have booked out electronic voting machines (EVMs) that have been missing since...

The value of relevance

12 hours ago | Business

Chantell Husselmann - The conceptual framework for financial reporting states, in order for information to be useful it must both be relevant and provide a...

ACC probes exam 'cheating'

12 hours ago | Health

The Health Professions Council of Namibia (HPCNA) has roped in the services of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to investigate allegations that cheating had rocked the...

O&L/Dinapama deal commendable

12 hours ago | Columns

The Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group recently procured casual corporate golf shirts for its 6 000 employees from local manufacturer Dinapama. This is no ordinary...

Stable Botswana to vote in...

12 hours ago | Economics

Susan Njanji - Botswana votes today in the most closely fought general election in the history of the Southern African country, long known as...

Geingob off to Sochi

12 hours ago | International

President Hage Geingob has left for Russia to attend the first session of the Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi tomorrow.The summit is expected to be attended...

Life for plotting husband's murder

12 hours ago | Justice

Rachel Rittmann (49), who arranged the murder of her husband Rudolph Rittmann (34) for financial gain and freedom to continue a love affair, was sentenced...

Load More