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SKW to play in international German tourney

Der SKW entsendet heute eine 22-köpfige Delegation nach Deutschland, um Namibia kommendes Wochenende bei einem internationalen U19-Fußballturnier im westfälischen Velen zu vertreten.

SKW delegation:
Coaching: Stephen Aochamub (Head Coach), Brian Isaacs (TA), Klaus Lühe (Manager) and Ville Kivimäki (Assistant Coach)

Players: Vinomuini Tjombonde (U-19), Mike Wamunyima (U-19), Olaf Beiter (U-17), Hee-Dee Walenga (U-17), Ashley Karupa (U-19), Daniel Hassenpflug (U-19), Vasco Victor (U-19), Rodrigo Bezuidenhout (U-19), Felix Lühe (U-19), Keanu van Wyk (U-19), Rafael Botha (U-17), Dieter Kebbel (U-17), Tjitumuzuva Tjiuoro (U-17), Alex Kivimäki (U-17), Christoph Krönke (U-19), Shaquille Smith (U-17), Fabio Alves (U-19) and Marko Zirzow (U-19)
SKW Boys victorious at international u/19 tournament in Germany - stay upgated with SKW FACEBOOK

The SKW boys (a combined team of the u/17 and u/19) were invited to the International Tournament in Velen (Westphalia Germany). SKW won the tournament convincingly and did not concede one goal. In the final they beat DFJ Coersfeld from Germany by four goals to nil.

In the tournament were 10 teams from seven nations. Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Poland, Nederland and for the first time an African team, NAMIBIA.

SKW topped their group convincingly by winning all their matches. In the semis SKW won on penalties vs Ballinasloe (Ireland) before crowning their tour with a 4-0 victory against DJK Coesfeld (Germany) . The hosts Velen also showed their guest around, eg a visit to Borussia Dortmund stadium, fun and entertainment at an amusement park and much more.

SKW will play two more friendlies this week to gain experience and make friends for the future.
SKW Boys victorious at international u/19 tournament in Germany - stay upgated with SKW FACEBOOK
SKW to play in international German tourney stay upgated with SKW FACEBOOK

Sport Klub Windhoek’s (SKW) under-19 team will participate at an international tournament in Velen, Germany, later this week. The boys will board the plane tonight and arrive in Frankfurt tomorrow, where a bus will await them to take them to Velen, which is in the vicinity of Münster and Dortmund. The 10-day tour will include a couple of test matches and a visit to the Westphalia Stadium in Dortmund to meet and greet local football personalities. The SKW delegation will be hosted by the Velen U-19 players and their parents. SKW were drawn in Group 1 along with hosts TuS Velen 1925 e.V. (Germany), Evergem (Belgium), Malvik Idrettslag (Norway) and DJK Coesfeld (Germany). Group 2 consists of Ballinasloe (Ireland), Gieraltowice (Poland), Haaksbergen (Netherlands), SV Königshoven (Germany) and SuS Hochmoor (Germany).
This 13th edition of the international youth tournament will be played from May 23-25. “We are looking forward to have an African team on board for the first time in the 40-year history of our tournament, which is played every three years,” said Velen’s Director of Youth, Andreas Lübbering.

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