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.


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