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Weekend 6 Results - Jun 15, 2005


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11 June 16:00 - Tomahawks WBA vs Civics Starzz - 46 : 48
11 June 18:00 - Civics Suns vs Poly Blues - 76 : 69

The Tomahawks WBA season started with a loss to the Civics Starzz. The Hawks lost the lead in the first quarter and had to struggle the whole game for a comeback. Starzz's Chenai Dodzo score 22 points and their Rookie sensation Twiitileni Nyamu (7 points) outscored Tomahawks Rookie Monde Sibolile (5 points) by 2 points. <The war between the Junior Sensations has been declared!>

Straight after that the Poly Blues lost to the Civics Suns in the most physical game of the season which resulted in a personal argument at the end of the match. Blues' Mouele da Silva (B.D. AKA Bulldozer) managed to score 31 points while on the Suns' side, Mpume Hlabangana scored 34 points followed by Eric Norman (Junior) with 28 points.

12 June 17:00 - Katutura Titans vs UBC Stormers 104 : 35
12 June 19:00 - Tomahawks MBA vs UBC Rebels 97 : 79

The Katutura Titans CRASHED the UBC Stormers from the first minute of the game. Titans played a "Diamond Formation Zone-Press" on the Stormers and it resulted in an ocean of turnovers. Titans' Corbin Prinzonsky scored 31 points while the "MAN OF THE MATCH' Yobe Mwale scored 22 points and led the game in assists and no-look passes. We didn't bother to check on the Stormers' side as they all scored more or less the same.

The best game of the season so far took place this weekend when the Giants Tomahawks MBA Destroyed the UBC Rebels (Only 6 players). The Rebels are in a critical phase as they have no players available for the games. The Hawks leading scorers were Freddy Amushendje (MAN OF THE MATCH) and Lyniando Murere (scored 10 points in a role in the 3rd Quarter) with 25 points apiece, followed by Luis Almeida with 18 points (of which four were 3 points). On the Rebels side, it's no news that Brian Hore AKA Bidza led the scorers with 26 points followed by Nigel Mubita with 20 points.

  



Second Basketball High-Performance Centre Opens - 12 days ago
The Namibian Basketball Federation in Walvis Bay opened its second high performance center on 21 June. Under guidance of coach Sylvester Goraseb and Namibian Basketball Federation's German expert Frank Albin, a selected group of 12 young talents started working on their fundamentals   [read more]
DHL Titans became 2016 champions - 4 months ago
DHL Titans became 2016 champions. In the Final series they beat the Lions 3-1 in the KBA 2016 league finals. They grabbed the win at the UNAM gym hall. After being tied at 1-1, DHL Titans posted another two victories to clinch the title. Earlier in the Semifinals DHL Titans overcame the Wolves.   [read more]
Under 20 Team Departs for Ausc Games in Angola - 6 months ago
Team Namibia left for Luanda, Angola yesterday for the 2016 African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region Five Under-20 Youth Games, which start on Wednesday and end on 19 December. Namibia will compete in football (women), basketball (men), track and field events, boxing, netball, swimming and tennis. A delegation of 150 people, including 120 able-bodied and disabled athletes, are representing the country   [read more]


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