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NPL 2012 / 2013
Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Black Africa 22 14 5 3 38 17 21 47
2 African Stars 22 12 8 2 39 18 21 44
3 Tigers 22 9 8 5 31 23 8 35
4 Orlando Pirates 22 9 8 5 26 24 2 35
5 Tura Magic 22 9 2 11 29 35 -6 29
6 Ramblers 22 7 6 9 26 23 3 27
7 Eleven Arrows 22 7 5 10 22 29 -7 26
8 Rundu Chiefs 22 7 4 11 23 33 -10 25
9 Civics 22 6 6 10 29 31 -2 24
10 Blue Waters 22 4 11 7 24 29 -5 23
11 Cymot SKW 22 6 5 11 24 42 -18 23
12 Mighty Gunners 22 6 4 12 30 37 -7 22
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Premiership 2012/13 First Round fixtures will be as follows:

Friday, 28 September 2012
Black Africa 0 Orlando Pirates 0

Saturday, 29th September 2012
African Stars 5 Rundu Chiefs 1
Tura Magic 0 Blue Waters 1
Mighty Gunners 1 Tigers 3
Eleven Arrows 2 Civics 2

Sunday, 30 September 2012
Cymot SKW 0 Ramblers 3
Ramblers beat SKW 3-0 report by Helge Schutz NamibiaSport online - Sun, 09/30/2012

Ramblers got their Premier League campaign off to a good start with a 3-0 victory against SKW on Sunday afternoon. Two goals by Donovan Swartz and one by Heinrich Kazerua secured their victory which saw them moving up to second position on the log behind African Stars. Swartz gave Ramblers the lead after only 9m when he intercepted a poor clearance by SKW keeper Charles Uirab to score from the edge of the box. Three minutes later it was 2-0 after another defensive blunder by SKW when they failed to clear a cross and an unmarked Heinrich Kazerua stabbed the ball home at the far post. Swartz sealed Ramblers’ victory early with his second goal early in the second half.

Tura Magic shock Tigers - Tura Magic scored a sensational 3-0 victory against Tigers at the Independence Stadium on Wednesday night.

NPL Premiership Round 2 Weekly Fixtures

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Wednesday 03 October 2012
Tigers 0 Tura Magic 3

Friday, 05 October 2012
Ramblers 1 Black Africa 0
Civics 0 African Stars 1

Saturday, 06 October 2012
Blue Waters 1 Eleven Arrows 1
Orlando Pirates 1 Mighty Gunners 0
Rundu Chiefs 1 Cymot SKW 1
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Black Africa beat SKW - Submitted by Helge Schutz on Wed, 10/17/2012

Black Africa picked up their first victory of the season ith a 1-0 win against SKW on Wednesday evening. Roger Katjiteo scored the winning goal after only 11 minutes and although SKW staged a strong second half comeback, BA held on for the win. BA attacked from the start and Tara Katupose came close early on but Charles Uirab pulled of a fine point blank save. SKW finally succumbed to the relentless pressure when Katjiteo pounced onto a loose ball in SKW’s box to score from close range. Willy Stephanus and Klaas Blom both came close in further attacks for BA while at the other end a shot by Petrus Naftalie was well saved by Arnold Subeb.

SKW attacked more in the second half with a Wesley Katjiteo freekick saved while Titus Nailonga shot wide from a corner. They nearly scored on 54m through a cracking 25m shot by Martin Kambungu but Subeb pulled off a great diving save. Midway through the second half Black Africa were reduced to 10 men in the strangest fashion. Bryan Bantam was waiting to replace Tara Katupose, who strolled off the pitch. By the time he reached the touchline the referee booked him for time wasting. It was however his second yellow card so he got a red card and Bantam could not go onto the field. In the final stages Mike Sinvula and Elvis Tjivasera both came close to scoring for SKW, but BA held on for the win which sees them moving to fifth place on the log on four points, while SKW remain 10th on one point

Worst start ever for SKW! A demoralized SKW team after the one zero defeat against Black Africa. Conclusion - one team poor the other even worse … The goal came was scored by Roger Katjiteo in the 11minute while Katupuse (BA) was red carded early in the second half.
NPL Premiership Round 3 Weekly Fixtures

Black Africa 1 Cymot SKW 0 - Independence Stadium
Tura Magic 0 Orlando Pirates 1 - Independence Std
Mighty Gunners 0 Ramblers 0 - Mokati Stadium
Eleven Arrows 0 Tigers 0 - Narravile Rugby Std
African Stars 2 Blue Waters 0 - Sam Nujoma Std
Civics 3 Rundu Chiefs 0 - Ramblers Stadium

NPL Premiership Round 4 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 24 October 2012
20h00 Ramblers 2 Tura Magic 0 - Independence Stadium

Friday, 26 October 2012
20h00 Tigers 0 African Stars 2 - Independence Stadium

Saturday, 27 October 2012
16h00 Blue Waters 0 Civics 0 - Narraville Rugby Stadium
16h00 Rundu Chiefs 0 Black Africa 1 - Rundu Sport Stadium
16h00 Orlando Pirates 1 Eleven Arrows 0 - Sam Nujoma
16h00 Cymot SKW 2 Mighty Gunners 1 - Independence Stadium
SKW beat Mighty Gunners 2-1 to join Tigers on four points. After a goalless first half Elvis Tjivasera put Stars ahead from the penalty spot while Mekondjo Tobias made it 2-0 four minutes later. Harold Ochurub pulled a goal back for Gunners with a minute remaining.

African Stars maintained their perfect start to the league with a 2-0 victory against Tigers on Friday night. First half goals by Chris Katjiukua and Ninja Karongee gave them their fourth consecutive victory which puts them two points clear of Ramblers and Orlando Pirates at the top of the log. Ramblers beat Tura Magic 2-0 last Wednesday while Pirates beat Eleven Arrows 1-0 on Saturday, with their Zimbabwean striker Mabasa Kufahakutizwi scoring the winner on 58m. Defendiong champions Black Africa moved up to fourth position after beating Rundu Chiefs 1-0 in Rundu through an early goal by Bryan Bantam. They are now on seven points, two ahead of Civics and Blue Waters, who played to a goalless draw in Walvis Bay. Gunners and Rundu Chiefs are bottom of the log on one point each.

Stars, SKW draw - Submitted by Helge Schutz on Sat, 11/03/2012
African Stars and SKW played to a goalless draw at the Independence Stadium on Friday night. Although there were no goals, there was plenty of action as both teams had several goalscoring opportunities. Bradley Wermann was first to threaten for Stars when he broke into SKW’s box on 14m, but the SKW defence managed to clear the danger. Two minutes later Deon Kavendji broke into SKW’s box but Festus Scheepers brought off a fine tackle. SKW’s first chance came when Sieon Tjiueza broke clear from a counterattack but Stars’ keeper Lloyd Kazapua brought off a point blank save. Stars looked more threatening with Riaan Cloete and Bradley Wermann both having shots saved in quick succession, while SKW keeper Charles Uirab brought off a diving save from a cracking shot by Deon Kavendji. Just before halftime SKW had a fine chance when Titus Nailonga was put clear from a counterattack but his shot from the right went wide of the mark.

Clarence Foroma, who came on for Meraai Swartbooi in the second half immediately made his presence felt when he scored 2m after the restart but the goal was diallowed for offside. Foroma had another great chance when he received a throughpass from Riaan Cloete on 60m, but he took too long to control the ball and his shot was blocked. Simeon Tjiueza came close for SKW when he shot narrowly wide from a corner, while a the other end, Stars’ substitute Edwin Korukuve missed a great chance when he shot over the bar after racing clear of the defence. But the opposing defences held the upper hand as the match ended in a goalless draw. The result sees Stars regaining the top spot on the log although they are now just ahead of Ramblers on goal difference. SKW move up to seventh position on five points.

NPL (Namibian Premier League) Ligaspiel Freitagabend - African Stars 0 Cymot SKW 0.
Der SKW hätte in der ersten Halbzeit alles klar machen müssen, als SKW Jungstar Petrus Naftali (Spitzname Papi) in der 44 Minute freistehend vergab. Auch Simeon Tjiueza scheiterte in der 18 min bereits an Stars Torhüter, nachdem er plötzlich allein vor dem Gehäuse des Tabellenführers auftauchte. In Halbzeit Zwei hatten die African Stars mehr vom Spiel und vergaben durch Riaan Cloete in der 80min ihr grösste Chance. Endstand ein gerechtes 0 zu 0, was dem Tabellenführer gar nicht schmeckte, der zwar immer noch ungeschlagen bleibt (5ter Spieltag). SKW ist somit der erste Verein, der Stars in der laufenden Saison einen Punkt abtrozt!

NPL Premiership Round 5 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 31 October 2012
Civics 0 Ramblers 2 - Independence Stadium

Friday, 02 November 2012
African Stars 0 Cymot SKW 0 - Independence Stadium

Saturday, 03 November 2012
16h00 Eleven Arrows 0 Black Africa 1 - Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 2 Tura Magic 1 - Mokati Stadium
16h00 Tigers 2 Rundu Chiefs 0 - Ramblers Stadium
18h00 Orlando Pirates 1 Blue Waters 1 - Independence Stadium

NPL Premiership Round 6 Weekly Fixtures

Friday, 09 November 2012
20h00 Black Africa 5 Tura Magic 2 - Sam Nujoma

Saturday, 10 November 2012
16h00 Cymot SKW 0 Eleven Arrows 1 Independence Stadium
16h00 Blue Waters 3 Tigers 0 - Narraville Rugby Stadium
16h00 Rundu Chiefs 0 Mighty Gunners 1 - Rundu Sports Stadium
18h00 Civics 2 Orlando Pirates 2 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
20h00 Ramblers 1 African Stars 1- Sam Nujoma Stadium

Tobias Mekonjo - SKW Central Midfielder
NPL Premiership Round 7 Weekly Fixtures

Friday, 23rd November 2012
20h00 Tigers 4 Cymot SKW 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 24th November 2012
16h00 Ramblers 1 Orlando Pirates 1 - Independence Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 2 Civics 3 - Mokati Stadium
16h00 Eleven Arrows 4 Rundu Chiefs 2 - Narraville Rugby Stadium
18h00 Black Africa 5 Blue Waters 4 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Sunday, 25th November 2012
16h00 Tura Magic 1 African Stars 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Black Africa striker Roger Katjiteo and Eleven Arrows defender Erwin Kaujende are the joint top goal scorers with four goals each after completion of Round 7 of the Namibia Premier League last weekend.

Seven players are tied in second position on three goals each.
Meraai Swartbooi - African Stars
Admire Dzukamanja  - Blue Waters
Paulus Job - Blue Waters
Heini Isaacks - Civics
Sadney Urikhob - Civics
Harold Ochurub - Mighty Gunners
Heinrich Kazerua - Ramblers

A total of 12 players are tied on two goals each.
They include four players from Black Africa, namely Bryan Bantam, Eslin Kamuhanga, Willy Stephanus and Jerome Louis, who has been their top scorer for the past five of the past six seasons.
The other players on two goals each are Riaan Cloete of African Stars, Gregory Auchumeb of Blue Waters, Frans de Muinda of Civics, Gustav Isaack of Orlando Pirates, Randall Goagoseb of Ramblers, Petrus Naftalie of SKW and Panduleni Nekundi and Treasure Kauapirura of Tigers

NPL Premiership Round 8 Weekly Fixtures

Friday, 30th November 2012
19h30 Ramblers 1 Tigers 3 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
21h30 Civics 0 Black Africa 2 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 01 December 2012
16h00 African Stars 1 Mighty Gunners 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
18h00 Tura Magic 2 Eleven Arrows 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
16h00 Blue Waters 1 Cymot SKW 2 - Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Rundu Chiefs 0 Orlando Pirates 2 - Rundu Sports Stadium
Papi Petrus Naftalie (picture) scored SKWs winner in the 53minute after a brilliant through ball by Wesley Katjoteo. Edy Mangoumou opened the score in the 31 minute and Blue Waters equalised in the 38minute.

NPL Premiership Round 9 Weekly Fixtures

5 December 2012
Tigers 1 Black Africa 1

Friday, 07 December 2012
Orlando Pirates 1 Cymot SKW 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 08 December 2012
16h00 Eleven Arrows 1 African Stars 3 -  Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 1 Blue Waters 1 - Mokati Stadium
17h00 Ramblers 2 Rundu Chiefs 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
19h00 Civics 0 Tura Magic 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
Civics beat SKW 4-0 Wed, 12/12/2012

SKW’s poor season continued when they lost 4-0 to Civics at the Independence Stadium on Wednesday night. Erwin Afrikaner gave Civics the lead after only four minutes and two more goals just before halftime by Steven Gariseb and Afrikaner effectively sealed their victory. SKW couldnt penetrate Civics’ defence after the break, and Civics’ young substitute Llewellyn Stanley made it 4-0 just before full time. The result sees Civics moving up to sixth spot on 12 points, while SKW remain 10th on 9 points.

Coach Lesley Kakuva fed-up with attitude of players.

"There will be releases during the transfer window!"
NPL Premiership Round 10 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 12 December 2012
Cymot SKW 0 Civics 4

Friday, 14 December 2012
Orlando Pirates 1 Tigers 0

Saturday, 15 December 2012
Blue Waters 2 Ramblers 2
Mighty Gunners 1 Eleven Arrows 2
Rundu Chiefs 3 Tura Magic 1
African Stars 0 Black Africa 0

NPL Round 11 - Friday January 18

Tura Magic 1 Cymot SKW 3
Tigers 1 Civics 1
Blue Waters 0 Rundu Chiefs 1
Ramblers 4 Eleven Arrows 0
Black Africa 4 Mighty Gunners 0
Orlando Pirates 1 African Stars 4
SKW beat Tura Magic 3-1 after leading 2-0 at halftime in their NPL Round 11 match on Friday evening.

0 - 1 29min Petrus Naftalie ( SKW )
0 - 2 44min Brandon Goagoseb ( SKW )
0 - 3 49min Raymond Mate ( SKW )
1 - 3 77min Neville Tjiueza (Tura Magic)
The 0 - 2 by Brandon Goagoseb (SKW, green jersey) in the 44min after a fine combination via the left attacking side.
Raymond Mate (SKW) celebrating the 0-3 in the 49 minute.

NPL Premiership Round 12 Weekly Fixtures

Friday, 25 January 2013
20h00 Orlando Pirates 1 Black Africa 2 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 26 January 2013
16h00 Rundu Chiefs 1 African Stars 2 - Rundu Sports Stadium
16h00 Blue Waters 1 Tura Magic 1 - Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Civics 1 Eleven Arrows 2 - Independence Stadium
18h00 Ramblers 0 Cymot SKW 2 - Independence Stadium
18h00 Tigers 2 Mighty Gunners 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
SKW beat Ramblers 2-0

Goals by Raymond Mate on 51min and Elvis Tjivasera from the penalty spot on 85min gave SKW a deserved victory against a lacklustre Ramblers side. It was SKW’s second successive victory which sees them moving up to seventh on the log on 15 points, while Ramblers remain third, but are now 6 points behind the leaders.

50min - 0 - 1 Raymond Mate slides the ball at the right post after a long cross from the left 1-0 to SKW

85min - 0 - 2 Tjiueza is fouled in the box and Tjivasera scores from the spot.
The 0 - 1 by Raymond Mate on 51min celebrating (SKW, green jersey) Saturday against Ramblers. SKW won the encounter by two goals to nil.
NFA Cup 2013

The First Round draw is as follows (home teams first):

Tigers vs Northern Stream 3rd
Omusati Region vs Erongo Region
Orlando Pirates vs Black Africa
Oshikoto Region vs Ohangwena Region
United Stars vs Civics
Omaheke Region vs Northern Stream 1st
Hotspurs vs Tura Magic
Ramblers vs Kunenen Region

* NPL Teams highlighted
Khomas Region vs Northern Stream 2
Mighty Gunners vs Oshana Region
Karas Region vs Southern Stream 2
Otjozondjupa Region vs Rundu Chiefs
SKW vs Southern Stream 1
Eleven Arrows vs Caprivi Region
Hardap Region vs Blue Waters
African Stars vs Kavango Region

NPL Premiership Round 13 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 30 January 2013
20h00 Black Africa 2 Ramblers 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Friday, 01 February 2013
20h00 Tura Magic 0 Tigers 3 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 02 February 2013
16h00 Eleven Arrows 1 Blue Waters 1 - Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Mighty Gunners 2 Orlando Pirates 2 - Mokati Stadium
16h00 Cymot SKW 1 Rundu Chiefs 1 - SKW Stadium
18h00 African Stars 2 Civics 2 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
Rundu Chiefs held SKW to a 1-1 draw at the SKW Stadium on Saturday afternoon. (Halftime 1-0)

Petrus Naftalie gave SKW the lead from the penalty spot in the 42nd minute but Alfeus Ngwezi equalised for Rundu Chiefs on 59 minute.

59min 1 - 1 Alfeus Ngwezi scores after great thrupass by Thomas Andjamba .
57min Rundu penalty after foul by Kambungu but Aseb shoots over the top.
42min 1 - 0 SKW penalty. Petrus Naftalie is fouled in the box and he steps up to put the ball in the corner of the net.

Final score 1-1
Stadium - SKW
Spectators - 450
Weather - very hot 39,5 degrees
SKW penalty. Petrus Naftalie is fouled in the box and he steps up to put the ball in the corner of the net. 1-0 SKW
NFA Cup 2013 SKW against Try Again - 14 winners reach NFA Cup last 32 - 2013-02-04 15:19 

More regional winners have booked their places in the second round of the prestigious Bidvest Namibia Cup to be played the Oscar Norich Stadium and the Sam Nujoma Stadium this weekend.

Over the past weekend, 14 winners were confirmed from the regional second divisions and the nationwide first division as they finalised their Bidvest Namibia Cup preliminary matches. At Rundu Tropical Heat beat Eastern Chiefs 8-7 on penalties after a 2-2 score at fulltime in the final match for their region. Heat will now face African Stars in the second round of the Bidvest Namibia Cup at the Oscar Norich Stadium on Sunday 10 February at 16h00.

Caprivi region’s King Fisher beat Katima Wanderers 2-1 in the final to book their date against Premiership side Eleven Arrows at the Oscar Norich Stadium on Saturday 9 February at 18h00 while Forever Thistles beat Rush Ups 3-0 in the Karas Regional final to confirm their battle against the Southern Stream First Division runners-up Swakopmund Sports Club (SSC) on Saturday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 13h00. Swakopmund Sports Club lost 2-1 to Try Again in the final and now Try Again will take on Sport Klub Windhoek at the same revenue at 15h00.

Ramblers will take on Pubs FC from the Kunene region after the latter’s 4-2 penalty shootout victory over Black Africa Warriors, following their 1-1 draw.

Golden Bigs lost to African Lions 2-0 in the final of the Northern Stream First Division with Onambula United besting Cuca Tops 4-3 on penalties after a one-all draw for third place finish. Bigs, Onambula and Lions progressed to the second round of the Bidvest Namibia Cup.

Sailors from the Erongo region defeated Young Eleven 2-1 and will now face Omusati winners Young Braves. Ongete United beat Rebels 4-1 to win the Khomas regional playoffs and will face Golden Bigs in the last-32.

NFA CUP Results - played in Windhoek and Tsumeb

SKW 3 Try Again 1
Pirates 1 (7) Black Africa 1 (6)
Golden Bigs 4 Ongete United 2
Ramblers 7 Pubs 1
Cheldea 0 Rundu Chiefs 2
African Lions 13 River United 0
Blue Waters 4 BMC 2
United Stars 0 (7) Civics 0 (6)
Tigers 2 Onambula United 1
Eleven Arrows 2 Kingfisher 1
Hotspurs 3 Tura Magic 1
Omafo 1 (5) Mama Love 1 (4)
Young Braves 5 Sailors 0
SFC 4 Golden Thistles 0
Pirates knock Black Africa out of Cup

also out Civics and Tura Magic - all other NPL Team advance into next round
Orlando Pirates knocked Black Africa out of the Bidvest Namibia Cup competition with a 7-6 victory on penalties after the teams were tied at 1-all at full time.
Hotspurs, United Stars shock Premier League sides

First Division sides Hotspurs and United Stars were the big winners in Bidvest Namibia Cup action on Saturday as they beat Premier League sides Tura Magic and Civics respectively. Hotspurs beat Tura Magic 3-1 after a late comeback that saw them scoring three goals in the final five minutes.

NPL Premiership Round 14 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 13 February 2013
Cymot SKW 0 Black Africa 3 - Independence Stadium

Black Africa took control of the game midway through the first half with two goals in three minutes by Willy Stephanus and Jerome Louis, while Bryan Bantam added the third after the break in which SKW doing mostly the attacking. 

Friday, 15 February 2013
20h00 Orlando Pirates 2 Tura Magic 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 16 February 2013
16h00 Blue Waters 1 African Stars 0 - Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Rundu Chiefs 2 Civics 0 - Rundu Sports Stadium
16h00 Ramblers 1 Mighty Gunners 3 - Independence Stadium
18h00 Tigers 0 Eleven Arrows 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
Northern Stream First Division first division side United Stars vs SKW in NFA Cup 2013 Third Round.
Submitted by NFA mediaofficer on Mon, 2013-02-18

Photo last 32 encounter when SKW did beat Try Again by three goals to one
The last winners of the NFA Cup, Elven Arrows will face Orlando Pirates in the third round of the Bidvest Namibia Cup after the draw on Monday evening in Walvis Bay. Arrows who won the Leo NFA Cup match in 2011 in Walvis Bay will take on the 2009 winners of the Cup Orlando Pirates on the weekend of 2-3 march when the Bidvest Namibia Cup last-16 teams battle it out for quarterfinal places.

Omusati’ Region’s Young Braves will look to knock out one of the big guns of Namibia football as they take on Rundu Chiefs, while Ohangwena Region’s Omafo United have a date with the 2010 NFA Cup winners African Stars.

Southern Stream First Division side Hotspurs, who knocked out Premiership side Tura Magic will clash against rivals Tigers, while Northern Stream First Division first division side United Stars will take on another Premiership side SKW after dubbing Civics out in the previous round of the Bidvest Namibia Cup.

Blue Waters will face Ramblers in the second all-premiership clash in the third round of the Bidvest Namibia Cup. African Lions from Otjiwarongo and campaign in the Northern Stream first Division will take on Southern Stream first Division side Swakopmund Sport Club, while Golden Bigs also from the Northern Stream will face off against another Premiership side Mighty Gunners.

There are 10 premiership sides in the last-16 clubs, four First Division sides and two second division clubs.

Here is the full list of fixtures to be played on 2-3 March at venues still to be confirmed in the prestigious Bidvest Namibia Cup. Arrows vs. Pirates, Braves vs. Chiefs, Omafo vs. Stars, Hotspurs vs. Tigers, United Stars vs. SKW, Waters vs. Ramblers, Lions vs. Swakopmund, Bigs vs. Gunners.

NPL Premiership Round 15 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 20 February 2013
20h00 Tura Magic 2 Ramblers 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Friday, 22 February 2013
20h00 Africa Stars 2 Tigers 2

Saturday, 23 February 2013
16h00 Civics 3 Blue Waters 1
16h00 Eleven Arrows 1 Orlando Pirates 2
16h00 Mighty Gunners 6 Cymot SKW 0
18h00 Black Africa 2 Rundu Chiefs 0
MTC Premiership top scorers after 19 matches

Harold Ochurub, Mighty Gunnners 12 goals
Heinrich Kazeurua, Ramblers 8
Bradley Wermann, African Stars 8
Roger Katjiteo, Black Africa 7
Vernon Klaazen, Mighty Gunnners 7
Petrus Naftalie, SKW 7
Rian Cloete, African Stars 7
Ryno Musambani, Orlando Pirates 6
Eslin Kamuhanga, Black Africa 6
Sadney Urikhob, Civics 6
Pinehas Jacob, Tigers 6
Erwin Kaujende, Eleven Arrows 5
Panduleni Nekundi, Tigers 5
Admire Dzukamaja, Blue Waters 5
Willy Stephanus, Black Africa 5
Isaak Gustav, Orlando Pirates 5
Levis Swartbooi, African Stars 4
Edwin Korukuve, African Stars 4
Deon Hotto, African Stars 4
Paulus Job, Blue Waters 4
Emilio Martin, Ramblers 4
Jerome Louis, Black Africa 4
Neville Tjiueza, Tura Magic 4
NFA Cup Last 16 matches

WINDHOEK Saturday, 2 March 2013 Sam Nujoma Stadium
13h00 Blue Waters 2 (5) Ramblers 2 (4)
15h00 Hotspurs 2 Tigers 1
17h00 Orlando Pirates 0(4) Eleven Arrows 0(2)

OTJIWARONGO Saturday, 2 March 2013 Mokati Stadium
13h00 Young Braves 0 Rundu Chiefs 3
15h00 Mama Love 0 African Stars 5
17h00 Golden Bigs 1 Mighty Gunners 2

Saturday, 03 March 2013 Mokati Stadium
13h00 United Stars 1 Cymot SKW 0
15h00 African Lions 2 Swakopmund FC 1

Winners will advance to the quarter finals

NPL Premiership Round 16 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 06 March 2013
20h00 Ramblers 1 Civics 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Friday, 08 March 2013
20h00 Cymot SKW 2 African Stars 4 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 09 March 2013
16h00 Rundu Chiefs vs Tigers - Rundu Sports Stadium postponed
16h00 Blue Waters 2 Orlando Pirates 1 - Narravile Rugby Stadium
16h00 Tura Magic 3 Mighty Gunners 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
18h00 Black Africa 2 Eleven Arrows 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
Halftime 0 - 0 than a very entertaining second half - Final score SKW 2 African Stars 4 - Friday 03/08/2013

African Stars beat SKW 4-2 in an exciting Premier League match on Friday night to close the gap to three points on log leaders Black Africa. After a goalless first half the match sprang into life after the break when Riaan Cloete put Stars ahead after a throughpass by Jamu Ngatjizeko. Deon Kavendji added Stars’ second goal while Cloete made it 3-0 from the penalty spot. SKW however struck back with two goals in two minutes by Festus Scheepers and Mike Sinvula, but Stars had the last say when William Chilufya scored from a long pass to make the final score 4-2.

49min 0 - 1 Riaan Cloete
61min 0 - 2 Deon Kavendji
73min 0 - 3 penalty (Tjivasera fouls Karongee) Riaan Cloete
82min 1 - 3 Festus Scheepers
84min 2 - 3 Mike Sinvula
87min 2 - 4 William Chilufya

NPL Premiership Round 17 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 13 March 2013
African Stars 1 Ramblers 0

Friday, 15 March 2013
Tura Magic 1 Black Africa 0
Orlando Pirates 0 Civics 2

Saturday, 16 March 2013
Eleven Arrows 0 Cymot SKW 2
Mighty Gunners 1 Rundu Chiefs 2
Tigers 0 Blue Waters 0
In Walvis Bay, SKW pulled off a surprise 2-0 away win against Eleven Arrows to ease their relegation fears.

SKW move up to ninth position on 19 points while Arrows are tenth on 17 points. Blue Waters held Tigers to a goalless draw at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Tigers remain in fifth position on 24 points while Blue Waters are seventh on 20 points. In Otjiwarongo, Rundu Chiefs shocked Mighty Gunners with a 2-1 victory. Despite the win, Chiefs are still bottom of the log although they are now just one point behind second from bottom Mighty Gunners.

outstanding match :  Rundu Chiefs 0 Tigers 0

NPL Premiership Round 18 Weekly Fixtures

Wednesday, 10 April 2013
Orlando Pirates 2 Ramblers 1

Friday, 12 April 2013
African Stars 4 Tura Magic 2

Saturday, 13 April 2013
Blue Waters 1 Black Africa 1
Rundu Chiefs 2 Eleven Arrows 3
Cymot SKW 1 Tigers 3
Civics 1 Mighty Gunners 1
SKW’s woes continued as they lost 3-1 at home to Tigers. Benson Shilongo gave Tigers the lead after only a minute when he rounded off a move from the kickoff, while Pineas Jacob made it 2-0 on 11 minutes. Elias Pelembe rounded off a counterattack on 77m to put Tigers 3-0 up, but Albertus Harobeb pulled a goal back for SKW with two minutes remaining. The result puts Tigers fourth on 28 points, while SKW are just above the relegation zone on 19 points.

NPL Premiership fixtures Round 19:

Wednesday, 17 April 2013
19h00 Tigers 1 Ramblers 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Friday, 19 April 2013
19h00 Black Africa 2 Civics 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday, 20 April 2013
15h00 Mighty Gunners 2 African Stars 4 - Mokati Stadium
15h00 CYMOT SKW 1 Blue Waters 1 - SKW Stadium
15h00 Eleven Arrows 0 Tura Magic 1 - Narraville Stadium
17h00 Orlando Pirates 1 Rundu Chiefs 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

NPL Premiership Round 20 Weekly Fixtures

Friday 03 May 2013
20h00 Black Africa 1 Tigers 4 - Sam Nujoma Stadium

Saturday 04 May 2013
15h00 Blue Waters 1 Mighty Gunners 3 - Narraville Rugby
15h00 Rundu Chiefs 1 Ramblers 0 - Rundu Sports Stadium
15h00 Tura Magic 3 Civics 0 - Independence Stadium
15h00 Cymot SKW 1 Orlando Pirates 2 - SKW Stadium
17h00 African Stars 0 Eleven Arrows 1 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
10 men SKW cannot secure points against Pirates

Although the bit better team over 90 minutes SKW didn't keep the any points at home! In the 18min SKW keeper Charles Uriab had to leave the field (late for a tackle as last man). Round 20 of NPL saw some big upsets as the log leaders Black Africa and African Stars both lost, while the bottom two teams Mighty Gunners and Rundu Chiefs both won to close the gap on the rest of the pack.

NPL Premiership Round 21 Weekly Fixtures

Friday 17 May 2013
20h00 Tigers 2 Orlando Pirates 1 Sam Nujoma Stadium
Saturday 18 May 2013
15h00 Eleven Arrows 0 Mighty Gunners 1 - Narraville Rugby Stadium
15h00 Ramblers 1 Blue Waters 1 - Ramblers Stadium
15h00 Tura Magic 1 Rundu Chiefs 3 - Independence Stadium
15h00 Civics 2 Cymot SKW - 3 Sam Nujoma Stadium
19h00 Black Africa 0 African Stars 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
SKW Line up  Harry Januarie - Titus Nailonga - Edy Mangoumou - "Uere" Elvis Tjiuasera - Salom Henok - Martin Kambungu  - Festus Scheepers "Vetu" - Jordan Haimbili (60min Mekondjo Tobias) - Simeon Tjiueza - Mate Raymordt (19min Mernin Nguvauva 80min Harold Kandaera) - "Papi" Naftalie Petrus

Subs Marko Zirzow, Mekondjo Tobias, Leonardo Alves Gomes, Harold Kandaera, Albertus Harobeb Mernin Nguvauva

Coaches: Lesley Kakuva, Rolf Beiter, Udo Riedel 
Managers: Jochen Traut, Ralph Ellinger

SKW went three nil up in the first half, when several injuries' interrupted the play and allowed Civics to pull two goals back. "Papi" Naftalie Petrus scored after only 2 minutes and Mate Raymordt added the second after 7 minutes of play. Mate Raymordt had to be substituted after a serious knee injury in the 17th minute. SKW coach Lesley Kakuva was forced to bring on Mernin Nguvauva. Short after his appearance Nguvauva scored to make it 3-0. Harry Januarie who played for the cautioned keeper Charles Uriab advanced to the man of the match, while Petrus also showed off a good performance.

Sunday, 26 May 2013

15h00 Cymot SKW 1 Tura Magic 2 - SKW Stadium
15h00 Mighty Gunners 0 Black Africa 3 - Mokati Stadium
15h00 Eleven Arrows 1 Ramblers 0 - Narraville Rugby Stadium
15h00 African Stars 0 Orlando Pirates 0 - Sam Nujoma Stadium
15h00 Rundu Chiefs 2 Blue Waters 0 - Rundu Sports Stadium
15h00 Civics 2 Tigers 0 - Independence Stadium