07 May 2015 09:40am
WINDHOEK, 07 MAY (NAMPA) - As the Namibia Premier League (NPL) 2014/15 season draws to an end, Katutura outfit Tura Magic's management has announced that admission fee to its match against African Stars has been reduced.
A media statement issued by the club's spokesperson Isack Hamata on Wednesday indicated that the fee has been reduced from N.dollars 30 to N.dollars 20.
This is to enable supporters of both teams to enjoy the last match of the season between the two teams, he said, adding that it also affords Stars supporters to turn up in large numbers to celebrate their league victory in style.
Stars were crowned champions of the league on Sunday after accumulating 65 points with one game in hand.
Hamata said Tura Magic will do a guard of honour for Stars in recognition of their league achievement.
Furthermore, the host team shall provide entertainment before and during half time of the match.
He said the occasion will be graced by the Deputy Minister of Sports, Youth and National Service, Agnes Tjongarero.
Tura Magic are in third place and can potentially move into second place provided it beat Stars and Black Africa draw or lose against UNAM on Saturday.
Match tickets will be available at the gate as from 12h00, Saturday.
The Saturday games are the last ones for the season.
All the games will be played on Saturday at 15h00 and the entrance fee of N.dollars 20 only applies to the Tura Magic vs African Stars game.
Other weekend fixtures are:
FNB Eleven Arrows vs LHU Blue Waters (Kuisebmond Stadium)
United Stars vs Julinho Sporting (Rundu Stadium)
Benfica vs Touch and Go (Oscar Norich Stadium)
Civics vs Citizens (Independence Stadium)
Rebels vs Tigers (SKW Stadium)
Mighty Gunners vs Orlando Pirates (Mokati Stadium)