Babes, United and Beauties shakes up Super League table

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Poly Babes and 21 Brigade United moved up the Women’s Super League table following favorable results while Okahandja Beauties resurrection was halted by bad light on Saturday and Tura Magic scored 18 against a hapless Java –Java ladies this past weekend.

PPC cements cosafa U20 championship

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Leading cement supplier for Southern Africa PPC has joined forces with COSAFA to sponsor the region’s COSAFA U20 Youth Championship to be hosted in South Africa’s North West province in December.

Women Super League resumes

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The NFA Women Super League returns this weekend with match-day 20 and 21 taking place at Windhoek, Okahandja and Gobabis as the likes of Ploy Babes, UNAM Bokkies, 21 Brigade United set eyes on hunting down log runway leaders and the star-studded Tura Magic.

Namibia in final push for COSAFA Cup hosting

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The 2016 Cosafa Castle Cup is coming to town and Windhoek will host the draw for the June regional tournament on 25 April as the Brave Warriors looks to retain the trophy they won in South Africa last year.

Young Warriors draw at Swaziland

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Boni Paulino and Kennedy Eib scored for Young Warriors to guide the team to an important 2-2 draw at the Somhlolo Stadium in Lobamba, Swaziland on Saturday afternoon in the first round of the 2017 CAF U20 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Young Warriors starts their AFCON bid at Swaziland

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Namibia’s Young Warriors flew out to Swaziland on Wednesday morning ahead of their 2017 CAF U20 Africa Cup of Nations preliminary round qualifier match on Saturday in Mbabane.

Brave Warriors capitulates against Burundi

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The Brave Warriors suffered an unexpected defeat at home against Burundi, 3-1, in their 2017 CAF AFCON Group K qualifier match played at the packed Sam Nujoma Stadium on Tuesday night.

Oshana wins Newspaper Cup

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Oshana Regional Under-20 side were on Easter Monday crowned champions of the 2016 The Namibian Newspaper Cup edition at a packed Rundu Sports Stadium, defeating record winners Khomas 2-0 in the final thanks to goals by Andreas Keenjele and Immanuel Kalla.

Ghana defends Four Nations Tournament

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Ghanaian under-17 football team, the Black Starlets, successfully defended the title they won two years ago as they defeated Westphalia 2-1 on Easter Sunday in the final of the 2016 Four Nations International Tournament played at the Khuisebmond Stadium in Walvis Bay.

Warriors achieve Special victory at Burundi

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Clinical second half performance by the Brave Warriors led to their 3-1 defeat of Burundi at the Prince Louis Rwagasore Stadium in Bujumbura on Saturday afternoon in their 2017 CAF AFCON Group K Qualifier match.

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