Impressive clashes on netball courts over the weekend

21 May 2017 14:10pm
WINDHOEK, 21 MAY (NAMPA) - Wanderers netball club, Namibian Police Force (NamPol) and Afrocat Lions on Saturday collected maximum points in their fixtures of the Khomas Premier Netball League.
The Khomas Netball Federation runs the league, which is played at the Khomasdal Stadium and United Sports Field in Windhoek.
At the Khomasdal Stadium, an impressive Wanderers clashed with Tigers in one of the nailbiting encounters of the weekend as both teams showed resilience and determination throughout the four quarters of the game.
Wanderers dominated the game from the start, but Tigers were stronger in the second quarter of the game with their play despite trailing by two points in all of the quarters against a Wanderers team that was determined to win their first game of this league season.
Wanderers dominated play in the last quarter of the game and won the game 38-35.
The Pionierspark team lost their first game of the league against the University of Namibia (UNAM) netball team a week ago.
In another Premier League encounter on Saturday, Afrocat Lions trashed United 52-35 while a dominant NamPol team walked all over Black Africa with an impressive 55-14 win.
In the First Division Afrocat beat Tigers 37-35 and United lost to Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) by 40 points to 28.
In the Second Division games that were also played on Saturday at the same venue, Afrocat showed their dominance with all their teams in the league as they beat Black Africa 41-26. They also beat Tigers 24-13 in the last game of the day.