17 Sep 2017 19:20pm
ONGWEDIVA, 17 SEP (NAMPA) Green Side United won the seven-team Dinolo Super Netball Tournament held at Eenhana Town in the Ohangwena Region on Saturday to scoop the prize money of N.dollars 2 000.
The team completed the tournament with 11 points, five wins and one defeat from the competitions six games, followed by Ndeshitiwa B with 10 points, four wins and two defeats.
Oshikunde Netball Club (NC) finished third place with nine points, four wins, a draw and a loss, while the Mwadinomho NC took fourth place with six points, three wins and three defeats.
Eenhana Vocational Training Centre (EVTC), Ndeshitiwa A and Haimbili Haufiku NC each recorded two points after winning only one game and suffering five defeats.
Ndeshitiwa B received a prize of N.dollars 1 500, while Oshikunde walked away with N.dollars 1 000.
Green Side, as the regional winner, will represent the Ohangwena Region at the tournaments inter-regional finals to be held at Swakopmund in the Erongo Region on the 30 September, where the team will face winners from other regions.
The event coordinator, Charlane Minnaar told Nampa on Sunday that this far Khomas, Erongo, Hardap, Kavango West, Oshana, Omaheke, Oshikoto, Otjozondjupa, Omusati, //Kharas, Zambezi, Kavango East and then Ohangwena have all completed their regional tournaments.
Minnaar noted that the remaining Kunene regional tournament will be held at the Outjo Sport Stadium on Saturday, 23 September.
We congratulate the Green Side United Team on winning this (Ohangwena) tournament. Come and support them at the finals in Swakopmund on the 30th September, urged Minnaar.
She also called on the Kunene netball teams and clubs to register for their regional Dinolo Super Netball Tournament.
African Deli, a Walvis Bay-based business entity selling matangara traditional food in the country since January 2013, sponsors the Dinolo Supper Netball Tournament through its Corporate Social Investment Programme.