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KBA Fines Players And Teams After Fight - Sep 28, 2006

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By Corry Ihuhua

THE Khomas Basketball Association (KBA) yesterday suspended and fined three basketball players and two clubs after a fight broke out during a league match played at Augustineum High School last weekend.

Civics player Eric Norman was suspended for the rest of the season and was fined N$300, while his counterpart from the UBC Rebels team, Nigel Mubita, was suspended for three league games and fined N$300.The two players were involved in a fight that eventually led to both team benches joining the free-for-all.

Mubita's brother, Moses, was suspended for the rest of the season as player, coach and manager and he also received a fine of N$300.

The three have been ordered to pay the fines on September 29, and are not allowed to attend any matches or take part in any other activities of the KBA during the period of their suspension.
In addition, both Civics and the UCB Rebels were fined N$500 for violating four league rules as set by the KBA.

The KBA said the fines had to be paid in cash, and if the teams and players did not pay up, they would all be suspended and all the points for games played during that time would be forfeited.

However, the KBA added that the teams could appeal according to article 42-48 of the Namibia Basketball Federation's regulations of 2006  

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