African Electric
NPL 2011 / 2012
Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Black Africa 22 17 4 1 42 12 30 55
2 Civics 22 11 5 6 30 17 13 38
3 African Stars 22 10 5 7 26 17 9 35
4 Blue Waters 22 8 10 4 27 21 6 34
5 Cymot SKW 22 8 9 5 19 14 5 33
6 Tigers 22 7 11 4 23 21 2 32
7 Ramblers 22 8 5 9 23 24 -1 29
8 Mighty Gunners 22 7 6 9 27 30 -3 27
9 Orlando Pirates 22 6 6 10 26 25 1 24
10 Eleven Arrows 22 5 5 12 18 31 -13 20
11 United Stars Rundu 22 4 5 13 15 36 -21 17
12 Hotspurs FC 22 3 5 14 23 51 -28 14
Namibian Premier League NPL
Premiership Round 1

Friday 16 September 2011
African Stars 2 Orlando Pirates 0 (Tara Katupose 69min, Rudi Louw 81min)

Saturday 17 September 2011
14h00 Hotspurs 1 Ramblers 3
16h00 Tigers 1 United Stars 0
16h00 Civics 1 Blue Waters 1
18h00 Eleven Arrows 2 Mighty Gunners 3

Sunday 18 September 2011
16h00 Cymot SKW 0 Black Africa 1
(80min Bryan Bantam)

SKW vs BA 0 - 1 Bryan Bantam scored the solitary goal of the match.

The young SKW delivered a brave fight against a star studded BA side. SKW stood firm till the 80 min when Bryan Bantam converted a Willy Stephanus' corner. Bantam who didn't have his best day was left unmarked on the near post when he headed home. The halftime score was 0-0. SKW had a major chance two minutes before the end when SKW best player of the day Barnes Lisaku blasted the ball over the cross bar. The best first half chance was when SKW's new signing Elvis Tjiueza missed narrowly when his header went just over the crossbar in the 25th minute. Next SKW will travel to the coast to play Blue Waters in Walvisbay.

Barnes Lisaku
SKW Line up: Charles Uirab 1 - Salom Mendo Henok 17 - Martin Kambungu 8 - Gerson Gerry Keister 2 - Ivan Bloom 14 - Eluis Tjiuasera 4 - Elias Barnes Lisaku 11 - Chepela Chipa Chepela 15 - Hendrik Henry Somseb 19(65min Panduleni Kaka Nekundi 10) - Simeon Uatavi Tjiueza 21(85min Theunny Max Thomas 22) - Diego Descande 9 (45min Joslin Jolly Kamatuka 7). 

Arrivals and Departures 2011/2012:

New arrivals:
Charles Wimmert (was on loan - Tura Magic)
Charles - Uirab from igers
Shama - Gure
Salom - Mendo - Henok
Charles - Hakizima
Eluis - Tjiuasera
Mike - Sinvula
Theunny - Max - Thomas
Jarurako - Seun - Uahupirapi
Shaanyene - Titus - Nailonga
Diego - Descande (was on loan from Kingston)
Shygweha - Batcho - Katumbo
Hendrik - Henry - Somseb from African Stars

Ralph Ellinger retired
Larry Horaeb to Ramblers
Garren Smith to Ramblers
Sckopi Hangara to Ramblers
Gustarv Isaak to Orlando Pirates
Milton Chapo to African Stars
Diego Fransman to Eleven Arrows
Ephraim Tjihonge to African Warriors (South Africa)

Bernadine Mbilizi
Ruben Ndhaipela
Jeremiah Baisako
Alfred Ndyenge due to non performance
Eric Auseb due to non performance

on loan :
Howard and Marcelle Delie to Young Ones FC

SKW u/17 player Leonardo Alves Gomez to Ramblers seems to go up in dust, as Ramblers do not want the youngster anymore

Namibian Premier League NPL

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Premiership Round 2

Wednesday, 21 September 2011
Orlando Pirates 1 Hotspurs 1 (Ronaldo Tsowaseb 17min - Edwardo Eiseb 36min)

Friday, 23 September 2011
Ramblers 2 Civics 3 (E Ndjavera 18m, E Martin 72m - H Isaacks 28m, C Khaiseb 45m, W Katjiteo 83m)

Saturday, 24 September 2011
Black Africa 3 Eleven Arrows 0 (Bryan Bantam, Willy Stephanus and Jerome Louis)
United Stars 0 African Stars 4 (Rudi Louw 3x and Edwin Korukuve )
Mighty Gunners 2 Tigers 3
Blue Waters 1 Cymot SKW 1 (Bernardine Mbilizi Blue Waters - Joslin Kamatuka SKW)

SKW-Angreifer Joslin Kamatuka (rechts) hatte gegen die Abwehrspieler von Blue Waters meist einen schweren Stand, erzielte aber den Treffer zum 1:1-Ausgleich.
SKW holt ersten Saisonpunkt – 1:1 bei den Blue Waters

Der SKW ist mit einem Punkt im Gepäck von der Küste in die Hauptstadt zurückgekehrt. Doch so richtig zufrieden wirkte Chef-Trainer Lesley Kakuva am frühen Samstagabend nach dem Schlusspfiff im Kuisebmund-Stadion nicht. „Grundsätzlich kann man mit einem Auswärtspunkt leben, aber wir wollten unbedingt einen Dreier einfahren und hätten dies gegen den heutigen Gegner schaffen müssen“, sagte Defensivspezialist Kakuva, der entgegen seiner taktischen Prinzipien mit Hendrik Somseb und Simeon Tjiueza zwei Angreifer in der Startelf aufbot. AZ online

A doubtful penalty goal two minutes from time gave Ramblers a share of the spoils in 1-1 draw against SKW on Friday night.

SKW would have secured a victory after a great individual goal by Simeon Tjiueza on 62min, but Mboma Nailonga equalised for Ramblers from the penalty spot after a doubtful decision with two minutes to go. SKW did most of the attacking and were the better team of the night but their finishing let them down.

Namibian Premier League NPL Round 3
Wednesday 28 September 2011
Civics 1 Hotspurs 0 Heini Isaacks 85min

Friday 30 September 2011
Cymot SKW 1 Ramblers 1

Saturday 1October 2011
United Stars 0 Orlando Pirates 2
Eleven Arrows 1 Blue Waters 1
African Stars 2 Mighty Gunners 1

Sunday 2 October 2011
16h00 Tigers 0 Black Africa 3

SKW Kaka chasing Martin who is leading the Top Goalscorers' list - 23/02/2012

Top Goal Scorers race intensifies

Ramblers defender Emilio Martin is still in the lead with seven goals, but there are now five players breathing down his neck on six goals each. SKW striker Panduleni Nekundi moved up to six when he scored a goal in SKW’s 2-0 victory against Ramblers last Saturday.

The Top Goal scorers list is as follows:

7 - Emilio Martin (Ramblers)

6 - Jerome Louis (Black Africa)
Richard Kavendji (Hotspurs)
Rudi Louw (African Stars)
Panduleni Nekundi (SKW)
Costa Khaiseb (Civics)

5 - Harold Ochurub (Mighty Gunners)
Benson Shilongo (Ramblers)
Bryan Bantam (Bryan Bantam)

4 - Alfred Ndyenge (Ramblers)
Heini Isaacks (Civics)
Pineas Jacob (Tigers)
Nicky Musambani (Pirates)
Edom Dominic (Eleven Arrows)
Sydney Urikhob (Civics)
Marco van Wyk (Black Africa)

3 - Edwardo Eiseb (Orlando Pirates)
Klaas Blom (Black Africa)
Johannes Seibeb (Orlando Pirates)
Frans de Muinda (Orlando Pirates)
Percy Khairabeb (Mighty Gunners)
Eslin Kamuhanga (Black Africa)
Joslin Kamutuka (SKW)
Muna Katupose (African Stars)
Jason Ekandjo (Blue Waters)
Johannes Kooper (Orlando Pirates)
Gustav Isaack - (Orlando Pirates)

SKW Cameroonian midfielder Edy Mangoumou
Interview by Namibiasport - SKW coach Lucky Kakuva being interviewed after their 1-1 draw against Ramblers on Sept 30, 2011.

Namibian Premier League NPL Round 4
SKW beat Hotspurs 3-0 in an MTC Premiership match on Sunday afternoon to move up to seventh position on the log.

Simeon Tjiueza opened the scoring with a great individual goal on 15m, while Panduleni Nekundi added two more in quick succession after the break. Hotspurs’ chances of victory however suffered a severe blow when they were reduced to 10 men after only 33 minutes when Petrus Gideon was sent off for a foul. SKW took the lead on 15m when they won a corner and the ball was cleared to Tjiueza who struck home a spectacular volley from the edge of the box. SKW created more chances through Theunny Thomas, Joslin Kamatuka and Elias Lisaku, and Tjiueza once again came close when his header was tipped over for a corner. The match turned into SKW’s favour with Gideon’s dismissal after 33m, but Hotspurs fought back well in the second half despite being a man down. Substitute Gomes Casanova made a big impact with his strong runs from the midfield, while John Schultz was also effective, but their finishing was poor. But SKW’s advantage told in the final quarter when substitute striker Panduleni Nekundi scored two goals within three minutes from quick counterattacks. The result saw SKW moving up to seventh position on the log on 5 points, while Hotspurs remain second last on one point.

Black Africa beat Stars to go top - 15/10/2011

Black Africa opened up a three-point lead at the top of the MTC Premiership log after beating former leaders African Stars 1-0 on Saturday. In a pulsating derby at Windhoek’s Independence Stadium Marco van Wyk scored the winning goal six minutes into the second half when he struck home a cross by Jerome Louis that went in off the upright. Both teams had numerous scoring opportunities that had the 4 000-strong crowd on the edge of their seats throughout the encounter.

All three Tigers’ goals were scored within seven minutes of each other, midway through the first half. Their goalscorers were Pineas Jacob, Marvin Mbakera and Benson Shilongo.

At the SKW field Orlando Pirates and Civics played to a 1-1 draw. Johannes Seibeb gave Pirates the lead when he converted a penalty on 21m after Civics defender Penias Nzeve handled in the box. Civics however grabbed a share of the spoils when their young substitute Fritaria van Wyk equalised late in the second half.

At the Ramblers field, Ramblers beat Eleven Arrows 2-0 after goals by Larry Horaeb and Alfred Ndyenge.

At the Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo, Mighty Gunners beat United Stars 2-0 with striker Harold Ochurub scoring both their goals

Saturday 15 October 2011
Ramblers 2 Eleven Arrows 0 - Larry Horaeb and Alfred Ndyenge
Mighty Gunners 2 United Stars 0 Harold Ochurub 2x
Blue Waters 0 Tigers 3 - Pineas Jacob, Marvin Mbakera and Benson Shilongo
Orlando Pirates 1 Civics 1 - Johannes Seibeb, Pirates pen 21m / Civics Fritaria van Wyk
Black Africa 1 African Stars 0 - Marco van Wyk

Sunday 16 October 2011
16h00 Hotspurs 0 Cymot SKW 3 - Simeon Tjiueza 15m, Penduleni Nekundi 77m, 79m

Showed a solid performance for SKW Thomas "Max" Theunny who came from SKW own youth
SKW coach Lucky Kakuva being interviewed after beating Hotspurs 3-0 on Sunday, October 16, 2011.

Namibian Premier League NPL Round 5

Saturday 22 October 2011
16h00 African Stars 2 Blue Waters 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
16h00 Eleven Arrows 0 Hotspurs 2 - Kuisebmund Stadium
16h00 United Stars 1 Black Africa 6 - Rundu Sport Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 1 Orlando Pirates 1 - Mokati Stadium
17h00 Tigers 1 Ramblers 1 - Independence Stadium

Sunday 23 October 2011
16h00 Cymot SKW 1 Civics 0 - SKW Stadium
Cymot SKW 1 Civics 0

Last minute goal secures victory for SKW. Kaka as every one is calling Penduleni Nekundi scored a beautiful goal after a pass from Thomas Theunny in the final minute. SKW had to play the last eleven minutes with ten men as Jolly Kamatuka injured himself and the coaches already swapped three players as allowed.

Round 6

Friday 28 October 2011
Orlando Pirates 0 Cymot SKW 1 Martin Kambungu (pen) 52minute

Saturday 29 October 2011
19h00 Civics 2 Eleven Arrows 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
16h00 Black Africa 0 Mighty Gunners 0 - Independence Stadium
16h00 Blue Waters 0 United Stars 0 - Kuisebmund Stadium
17h00 Hotspurs 2 Tigers 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Sunnday 30 October 2011
17h00 Ramblers 0 African Stars 3 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Simeon Uatavi Tjiueza (orange SKW Jersey) against O Pirates Beukes
Namibia Sport Magazine
SKW Line up: Charles Uirab 1 -  Charles Wimmert 6 - Martin Kambungu 8 - Ivan Bloom 14 - Eluis Tjiuasera 4 - Theunny Max Thomas 22 - Chepela Chipa Chepela 15 - Edy Mangoumou 5 (Hendrik Henry Somseb 19, 42min ) - Joslin Jolly Kamatuka 7 - Panduleni Kaka Nekundi 10 (Mike Sinvula 23, 80min) - Simeon Uatavi Tjiueza 21 (Batcho Katumbo 20, 65min)
SKW beat Pirates - source Namibia Sport Fri, 28/10/2011

Martin Kambungu scored from the penalty spot to give SKW a 1-0 victory against Orlando Pirates on Friday night.

SKW won the penalty after striker Panduleni “Kaka” Nekundi was fouled in the box and Kambungu made no mistake with his spot kick, sending Pirates’ keeper Helmut Maletsky the wrong way.

Nekundi came close for SKW early on when he headed against the bar from a Theunny Thomas cross, while at the other end, SKW keeper Charles Uirab punched clear a cracking shot by Engelhard Kahua.

SKW caught Pirates with a quick counterattack on 53min that led to Nekundi being fouled in the box. Kambungu made no mistake with his spot kick to give SKW the lead. SKW nearly had a second goal when Nekundi put Henry Somseb clear on goal, but with only Maletsky to beat, Somseb shot wide of the target. The result sees SKW temporarily moving up to third spot on 11 points, while Pirates remain eighth on 6 points.
BA trotz Remis weiter Spitzenreiter – SKW bleibt auf Erfolgsspur

In der Fußball-Premierliga (NPL) ist Black Africa erstmals in dieser Saison nicht als Sieger vom Platz gegangen, hat die Tabellenführung aber verteidigt. Der Sportklub Windhoek (SKW) hatte dagegen am Freitag den dritten Drei-Punkte-Erfolg in Serie eingefahren.

NPL Round 7

Wednesday 02 November 2011
20h00 Tigers 2 Civics 1 – Sam Nujoma Stadium

Friday 04 November 2011
20h00 African Stars 1 Hotspurs 1 – Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday 05 November 2011
16h00 Eleven Arrows 0 Cymot SKW 0 – Kuisebmund Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 1 Blue Waters 1 – Mokati Stadium
16h00 United Stars 0 Ramblers 1 – Rundu Sport Stadium
16h00 Black Africa 1 Orlando Pirates 0 – Sam Nujoma Stadium

NPL Round 8

SKW 1 Tigers 1
Ramblers 3 Gunners 0
Blue Waters 2 Black Africa 2
Hotspurs 2 United Stars 2
African Stars 0 Civics 1
Orlando Pirates 3 Eleven Arrows 0

Cymot SKW Tigers draw 1-1 at the SKW field on Saturday afternoon.

SKW took the lead early in the second half when substitute Henry Somseb stabbed in a cross by Joslin Kamutuka. Tigers however equalised after a poor goal keeper clearance, through a goal by Benson Shilongo, who cut inside his defender to score at the near post. Panduleni Nekundi was named player of the match while Burundian defender Charles Hakizimana had a horrible match. In a brief press conference after the match the committee said: "if the boy doesn't increase his performance we will have no other option than releasing the poor performing player"!

SKW Line up: Charles Uirab 1 -  Charles Wimmert 6 - Martin Kambungu 8 - Charles Hakizimana 3 - Eluis Tjiuasera 4 - Theunny Max Thomas 22 -  - Edy Mangoumou 5 (Chepela Chipa Chepela 80min) - Joslin Jolly Kamatuka 7 - Panduleni Kaka Nekundi 10 - Mike Sinvula 23 (Diego Descande 80min) - Simeon Uatavi Tjiueza 21 (Hendrik Henry Somseb 19, 45min)

SKW's Panduleni nicknamed Kaka Nekundi 10 with the ball and Mike Sinvula no 23 in the rear
Cameroonian Edy Mangoumou could't leave his mark on the match and was substituted by Zambian Chepela Chepela

Namibian Premier League NPL Round 9

Wednesday 23 November 2011
Black Africa 2 Ramblers 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium (Jerome Louis 14min and Marko van Wyk 87min)

Friday 25 November 2011
African Stars 0 Cymot SKW 1 (Panduleni Nekundi 50min - Photo)

Saturday 26 November 2011
Tigers 2 Eleven Arrows 0 Sam Nujoma Stadium 
United Stars 1 Civics 2- Rundu Stadium
Mighty Gunners 2 Hotspurs 3 - Mokati Stadium
Blue Waters 2 Orlando Pirates 1 - Kuisebmund Stadium
SKW beat Stars - source Namibia Sport Magazine Fri, 25/11/2011

African Stars suffered their second successive defeat when they went down 1-0 to SKW at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Friday night. Striker Panduleni Nekundi scored the winner for SKW with a great solo goal 5m into the second half and although they had several chances to score, Stars could not capitalise. The result sees SKW joining second placed African Stars on 16 points, but they are now trailing the leaders Black Africa by seven points.

Both sides put in some hard tackles while Stars’ Jamu Ngatjizeko and SKW’s Edy Mangoumou being involved in a tough midfield battle. On 35m SKW keeper Charles Uirab brought off two saves in quick succession, when he parried a shot by Edwin Korukuve and then saved a header by Rudi Louw. A minute later Korukuve headed against the crossbar from a Rudi Louw freekick and on 39m Edison Muheua shot narrowly wide of goals. But SKW held out and Stars suffered a blow just before halftime when Muna Katupose limped off with a pulled hamstring. SKW took the lead on 50m through a great goal by Panduleni Nekundi. He won possession in the centre of the park and went on a great solo run, beating Stars defence to slam the ball past Stars’ keeper Heinrich Kazerua into the back of the net. Stars came back and substitute striker Tara Katupose nearly scored from a Freedom Puriza cross but his header was tipped for a corner by Uirab. Katupose once again came close with a long range shot, while Uirab pulled off a fine save from Katupose with 10m to go. But they could not find the target and SKW held on for a memorable win to set off jubilant celebrations by SKW’ players at the final whistle.

SKW coach Lucky Kakuva being interviewed by Helge Schutz of the Namibia Sport Magazine after they beat African Stars 1-0 on 24 November 2011.
SKW go second - Submitted by Helge Schutz, 04/12/2011

SKW went second on the log after beating United Stars 2-0 in Windhoek on Saturday. Joslin Kamatuka opened their account shortly before halftime while Elvis Tjivasera headed in their second goal from a corner, on 78m. The result sees SKW moving up to 19 points after 10 matches, but they are now seven points behind log leaders Black Africa. United Stars meanwhile stay bottom of the log on two points and they are still in search of their first win of the season.

Civics missed a great opportunity to go second when they stumbled to a 1-0 defeat against Mighty Gunners at Windhoek’s Independence Stadium. Gunners’ prolific striker Harold Ochurub scored the winning goal midway through the second half with a tame looking shot, but Civics keeper Esau Tjiouro stumbled over his own feet and the ball rolled into the left hand corner of the net. Civics now remain in joint fourth position on 17 points along with Ramblers and African Stars. Ramblers did well to beat Blue Waters 1-0 at the Ramblers field, after they had to play with 10 men for most of the match. Larry Horaeb was sent off after picking up his second yellow card after only 23 minutes. Ramblers however took the lead from a penalty by Emilio Martin 5m later and despite being a man down managed to hold on to their lead till the end. Eleven Arrows’ new coach Woody Jacobs got off to a promising start as they managed to salvage a point in a 0-0 draw against African Stars in Walvis Bay. Arrows are now third last on the log on three points, while Stars are tied with Civics and Ramblers on 17 points. Tigers are third on 18 points after they drew 1-1 against Orlando Pirates on Wednesday night. Johannes Seibeb put Pirates ahead on 30m but Tigers equalised on 79m through a freekick by Willem Mwedihanga that deflected off the wall. On Friday night Black Africa stretched their lead at the top of the log with a 3-1 victory against Hotspurs. Hotspurs took the lead through Richard Kavendji on 30m, but Klaas Blom equalised for BA on 56m. In the final stages BA however secured their victory after an own goal by Hotspurs defender George Tsamaseb and a great freekick by captain Hartman Toromba.

Round 10

Wednesday 30 November 2011
20h00 Orlando Pirates 1 Tigers 1 - (J Seibeb 30min , W Mwedihanga 79min)

Friday 2 December 2011
20h00 Hotspurs  1 Black Africa 3 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday 3 December 2011
16h00 Ramblers 1 Blue Waters 0 - Ramblers Stadium
16h00 Eleven Arrows 0 African Stars 0 - Kuisebmund Stadium
16h00 Cymot SKW 2 United Stars 0 - SKW Stadium
17h00 Civics 0 Mighty Gunners 1 - Independence Stadium

NPL Round 11

Friday 9 December 2011
20h00 Black Africa 2 Civics 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday 10 December 2011
16h00 United Stars 2 Eleven Arrows 0 - Rundu Sport Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 2 Cymot SKW 0 - Mokati Stadium
16h00 Blue Waters 5 Hotspurs 0 - Kuisebmund Stadium
16h00 Orlando Pirates 3 Ramblers 0 - Independence Stadium
17h00 African Stars 0 Tigers - 0 Sam Nujoma Stadium

Cymot SKW 4 Namibia u/20 0

SKW had an easy match against a very young Namibian side. This is an opponent were you can see if the system is working because the Namibian boys all can play very good football. The difference came in on the physical side were our SKW NPL boys are just stronger. But it's something else than always playing against other NPL sides, while most lower division teams are not capable sticking to organized systems. Back in the SKW squad was striker 'Kaka' Penduleni. His trials in SA didn't realize due to several hick up's. SKW will meet title contenders Black Africa in the first second round match next week. 
Back in the SKW squad was striker 'Kaka' Penduleni
NPL coaches Lesley Kakuva and Martin Brosda seemed to be satisfied with the all over performance of their team.

Local soccer lovers are already in for limited action this season as it seems unlikely that the NFA Cup will be played this year. Mobile operator Leo, who sponsored the NFA Cup for the past three seasons, already announced their termination at the end of last season, more than six months ago, but since then a new sponsor has not been found. Doeseb said they were still waiting for communication from the NFA but it seemed unlikely that a sponsor will be found. “We don’t have a sponsor yet, but we are awaiting communication from the NFA, to find out what will happen.” “It will not be good for Namibian soccer if we cannot stage our FA Cup. I’d like to call on Namibian corporate companies to come on board to sponsor the NFA Cup because there is still time to stage it this season,” he said. Doeseb, the former owner of Eleven Arrows who won the NFA Cup last season, said they would like to defend their title. “As the champions, Eleven Arrows would like to defend the title. We can still find a solution if we get a sponsor, but I know that the NFA secretary general Barry Rukoro is looking at solutions” he said.

MTC Premiership postponed by a week - Submitted by Namibia Sport Magazine, 19/01/2012

The start of the second round of the MTC Premiership has been postponed by a week due to the unavailability of stadiums. Namibia Premier League chairman JJ Doeseb told Namibia Sport that several stadiums had been booked out for school athletics events on January 28 and that Round 12 of the league will now only kick off on Friday, February 3. “Some schools have booked stadiums for athletics so we will now start the second round on February 3. They booked for the whole day so we did not have an alternative,” he said. Doeseb added that the Kuisebmond Stadium in Walvis Bay had been booked out for several weeks with the result that some matches at the coast would now have to take place on Sundays. “The start of the league will only be postponed for one week, but we will have to play some matches on Sundays now, especially in Walvis Bay, because of the athletics” he said.

NPL side Cymot SKW - hard training twice a day

Twice a day training, that's what Lesley Kakuva and Martin Brosda, the SKW coaches ordered the players. After some 10km endurance running's, it was yesterday uphill endurance running (photo). 25 players are currently attending while 4 players are on trial for the next week. The spirit and the attitude are very good assistant coach Brosda confirmed SKW News yesterday. Saturday there will be a first test against Civics which will be used to test some new faces and to gain match practice.

uphill endurance running was on the menu for the SKW boys last night....

Black Africa 2 Cymot SKW 2

One of the better NPL matches - Cracking game between BA and SKW. 2 - 2.

0 - 1 12min Joslin Kamatuka SKW
1 - 1 13 min Enslin Kamuhanga BA
1 - 2 25min Martin Kambungu SKW
2 - 2 33min Bradley Wermann BA

Starting Line-up:
Charles Uirab 1 - Salom Henok - Martin Kambungu (Captain) - Elvis Tjiuasera 4 - Chissano Nghipwilepo 3, Chepela Chepela 15 - Joslin Kamatuka 11 - Theunny Thomas 22 - Edy Mangoumou 5 - Festus Scheepers 12 - Simeon Tjiueza 9.   
SKW changes:
45min Chepela Chepela 15 - out / Mekondjo Tobias 19 - in
62min SimeonTjiueza 9 - out / Panduleni Nekundi 10 - in
Man of match: Joslin Kamatuka 11
Yellow: Mekondjo Tobias 19 late tackle and Martin Kambungu time waisting while BA received one caution.
Spectators: 2500 - Stadium: Sam Nujoma Katutura - Date: 3 Feb 2012 - Time:20h00

Comment: A very good premier league match with two good teams. SKW could have decided the match in the last 10minutes when their fitness level seemed to be a bit better. Fair Result - fair match - good refereeing.

Man of the match (right in orange jersey) Joslin Kamatuka SKW
SKW new signings made a good impressions with ex UNAM man Chissano Nghipwilepo No:3 played left back and ex Arrows man Festus Scheepers 12 started offensive. Ex Tigers man Mekondjo Tobias no 19 came after 45minutes and had good 15minutes where after his fitness level let him down!
"Namibia Sport Quote of the day"

It was an excellent game and it showed the quality of both teams. In the first half we struggled a bit and they had a lot of space but then we made some tactical changes and took the game to the next dimension. - Lucky Kakuva

Namibia Sport Interview on Feb 3, 2012 - SKW coach Lucky Kakuva talks about their 2-2 draw against Black Africa on Feb 3, 2012.

NPL Round 12

Friday 3 February 2012
Black Africa 2 Cymot SKW 2 - Sam Nujoma Stadium - 20H00

Saturday 4 February 2012
United Stars 2 Tigers - 2 Rundu Sport Stadium - 16H00
Mighty Gunners 0 Eleven Arrows 3 - Mokati Stadium - 16H00
Orlando Pirates 0 African Stars 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium - 17H00
Ramblers 4 Hotspurs 2 Ramblers Stadium - 16H00

Sunday 5 February 2012
Blue Waters 1 Civics - Kuisebmund Stadium 1 -15H00
Eleven Arrows vs. Black Africa & Cymot SKW vs. Blue Waters FC (BA and SKW playing Hoffenheim)

Wednesday, 08 February 2012
20h00 Civics 1 Ramblers 0 minute Collin Chimu

Friday, 09 February 2012
20h00 Hotspurs 1 Orlando PiratesNicky Musambani 2x, Lucky Kooper, Gustav Isaack . Jacky Stephanus replied for Hotspurs.

Saturday, 10 February 2012
16h00Tigers vs. Mighty Gunners postponed due to rain logged pitch
17h00 African Stars 1 United Stars 0, Rudi Louw 11min

NPL Round 14

Wednesday, 15 February 2012
Black Africa 2 Tigers 0, (Brian Bantam 57min and Marko van Wyk 69min)

Friday, 17 February 2012
Hotspurs 0 Civics 5

Saturday, 18 February 2012
Mighty Gunners vs. African Stars, postponed waterlogged pitch
Ramblers 0 Cymot SKW 2
Orlando Pirates 2 United Stars 0
Blue Waters 2 Eleven Arrows 1

ROUND 13 - Saturday, 3 March 2012
16h00 Eleven Arrows vs Black Africa - Kuisebmund Stadium
16h00 Cymot SKW vs Blue Waters - SKW Stadium
19h00Tigers vs. Mighty Gunners Indep. Stadium

Outstanding Round 13 NPL matches scheduled for March 3, postponed indefinitely
26 Feb 2012
Cymot SKW will play two test matches.
16h00 Saturday: CYMOT SKW 0 African Stars 1
15h00 Sunday : CYMOT SKW 0 Namibia 2

There will be NO league matches this weekend, due to the international match day. 26 Feb 2012
3 Mar 12
Cymot SKW will play two test matches.
16h00 Saturday: CYMOT SKW Tigers

SKW needs three minutes to secure the points in a horrible kick and rush match.

The Olympia outfit started to play football in the 90. minute and scored the winner three minutes later. Ugly scenes saw Hotspurs players and officials insulting the referee team after the final whistle who showed a solid performance. Man of the mach was SKW goalie Charles Uriab.

Joslin Kamatuka
Round 15

Wednesday 07 March 2012
Cymot SKW 1 Hotspurs 0 ( 90+3 Joslin Kamatuka)

Friday 09 March 2012
African Stars 1 Black Africa 2

Saturday 10 March 2012
16h00 Eleven Arrows 2 Ramblers 1
16h00 United Stars 1 Mighty Gunners 0
17h00 Tigers 2 Blue Waters 1

Sunday 11 March 2012
18h00 Civics 2 Orlando Pirates 1

SKW coach Luckey Kakuva being interviewed by Namibia Sport editor Helge Schutz after their 1-0 victory over Hotspurs on Wednesday, March 7, 2012.
Premiership Round 16 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Ramblers 0 Tigers 0

Friday, 16 March 2012
Civics 2 Cymot SKW 0

Saturday, 17 March 2012
16h00 Hotspurs 3 Eleven Arrows 3
16h00 Blue Waters 1 African Stars 0
17h00 Orlando Pirates 1 Mighty Gunners 3
19h00 Black Africa 2 United Stars 0

ROUND 13 - Saturday, 24 March 2012

Eleven Arrows 0 Black Africa 2
Cymot SKW 0 Blue Waters 0
Tigers 1 Mighty Gunners 1

Round 17

Tigers 2 Hotspurs 0
African Stars 1 Ramblers 0

Saturday 31 March 2012
Eleven Arrows 1 Civics 0
United Stars 1 Blue Waters 2
Mighty Gunners 1 Black Africa 2

Sunday 1 April 2012
Cymot SKW 1 Orlando Pirates 2

Round 18 Premiership Fixtures

Wednesday, 11 April 2012
Hotspurs 0 African Stars 2

Friday, 13 April 2012
Civics 0 Tigers 0

Saturday, 14 April 2012
Ramblers 0 United Stars 1
Blue Waters 2 Mighty Gunners 1
Orlando Pirates 1 Black Africa 2
Cymot SKW 1 Eleven Arrows 0

Cymot SKW NPL Team: only one NPL match this weekend
Black Africa Champion 2012 while Cymot SKW still eyes second spot

To get teams on equal games played the only encounter will be African Stars vs Mighty Gunners on Saturday. Mighty Gunners 3 African Stars 1
Black Africa win the league title - Black Africa won the Premier league title in brilliant fashion with a come from behind 2-1 victory against Orlando Pirates on Saturday

Round 19

Wednesday 25 April 2012
African Stars 0 Civics 3 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Friday 27 April 2012
Tigers 0 Cymot SKW 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday 28 April 2012
15h00 Eleven Arrows 0 Orlando Pirates 0 - Kuisebmund Stadium
15h00 Mighty Gunners 0 Ramblers 0 - Mokati Stadium
15h00 Black Africa 1 Blue Waters 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
15h00 United Stars 1 Hotspurs 1 - Rundu Sport Stadium
MTC Premiership Round 20 Weekly Fixtures

Friday, 04 May 2012
Ramblers 1 Black Africa 0

Saturday, 05 May 2012
Hotspurs 2 Mighty Gunners 3
Eleven Arrows 2 Tigers 0
Civics 2 United Stars 2
Orlando Pirates 0  Blue Waters 1

Sunday, 06 May 2012
Cymot SKW 1 African Stars 1

Premiership Round 21 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 09 May 2012
Tigers 1 Orlando Pirates 1

Friday, 11 May 2012
Black Africa 2 Hotspurs 1

Saturday, 12 May 2012
African Stars 3 Eleven Arrows 1
Mighty Gunners 0 Civics 2
Blue Waters 0 Ramblers 0
United Stars 1 Cymot SKW 0
Top Goal scorers list - Round 21


11 - Jerome Louis
10 - Richard Kavendji
10 - Harold Ochurub
9 - Costa Khaiseb
8 - Emilio Martin
7 - Benson Shilogo
7 - Heini Isaacs
7 - Sadney Urikhob
6 - Rudi Louw
6 - Bryan Bantam
6 - Marco van Wyk
6 - Panduleni Nekundi
6 - Dominic Edom
6 - Pineas Jacob
6 - Hendrik Somaeb

Last Round matches for the 2011/12 Soccer Season

Saturday, 19th May 2012
15h00 Ramblers 3 Orlando Pirates 1 - Ramblers Stadium
15h00 Hotspurs 1 Blue Waters 3 - Khomasdal Stadium
15h00 Civics 0 Black Africa 1 - Independence Stadium
15h00 Cymot SKW 0 Mighty Gunners 0 - SKW Stadium
15h00 Eleven Arrows 2 United Stars 0 - Kuisebmund Stadium
15h00 Tigers 1 African Stars 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
Chepela Chepela and Cymot SKW coack Lesley Kakuva interviewed by Namibia Sport