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Leg 2, The Comeback (Weekend 1) - Jul 30, 2005


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Friday 15/07
Poly Dodgers vs Tomahawks WBA - 41 : 39
It was the best game played by the Tomahawks WBA in this season although the team was incomplete (Centers Emma S and Izola A were not present).
Tomahawks Lydia S was their top scorer with 12 points followed by team captain Gloria H with 9 and Rookie sensation Monde S with 8.
On the Poly Dodgers side, Elina a scored 14 points followed by Janet B with 8 and Claudette G with 7.

Tomahawks MBA vs Katutura Titans - 76 : 67
The T'hawks had a slow start but they showed the Titans at the end of the game that they are willing to got to the playoffs unbeaten!
Titans' Paulus H was their top scorer with 24 points (4 x 3pt) followed by Ruben I and Adeyemi S both with 13 and team captain Corbin P with 10.
as for the T'hawks, Freddie A lead all scorers with 26 points (4 x 3pt) followed by Luis A with 22 (6 x 3pt) and Paulo C with 14 (1 x 3pt).

Saturday 16/07
Civics Starzz vs WCE Flames - 63 : 42
Starzz's Tessa A scored 17 points followed by Chenai D with 14, while their Rookie sensasion Tweety scored 7 points.
On the Flames side always on fire was Vickey K with 23 points and the reputation that precedes her, "Rebound Queen"!

Civics Suns vs UBC Rebels - 90 : 93
The Rebels beat the Suns in their best shape, as 2004 Season MVP was fouled out when there were 6 minutes left to the final whistle.
There is a word out for the Suns, "THERE IS NO 'I' IN THE WORD TEAM".
Rebels' Nigel M scored 23 (2x 3pt), followed by Brian H with 19 points and Isak N and Mao M both with 15 points.
On the Civics side, Eric N (Junior) scored 32 points (3 x 3pt), followed by Mpume H with 28 (3 x 3pt)) and Coulson J with 14 points.

UBC Stormers vs NDF Carabinieri - 57 : 91 [0 : 20]
The Carabinieri stormed past the Stormers as Mandume S scored 24 points followed by Paulus P with 23, J Shapumba (Shasha) with 19, S Justice with 16.
The Carabineri fired successfully 12 3pt, of which 4 were S Justice's accuracy tactics. Last but not least, Paulus P AKA MJ crossed out John Brick M throwing the latter onto the floor and firing a successfull 3pt.
The Stormers' Lauro C scored 21 points followed by John M AKA "John Brick" with 9 points (three 3pt) and Armstrong and Bruce with 9 points as well.
A forfeit was awarded to the UBC Stormers for administrative reasons.

  



Second Basketball High-Performance Centre Opens - 18 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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