Young Chiefs, Tura Magic, Young African and Mighty Gunners reached the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup semifinals, following their exciting quarterfinals victories at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis on Saturday.
Otjiwarongo based outfit Mighty Gunners faced Try Again in the first match of the day, with Mighty Gunners winning by a goal to nil, through an Asser Hara-Ramseb goal. Hara-Ramseb went on to win the Man of the Match award.
In the second match of the day, Tura Magic took on Windhoek rivals Civics with an Itamunua Keimuine strike separating the two sides. Keimuine won the man of the match award.
In the third match, Gobabis favourites Young African took on north eastern side Rundu Chiefs and the two sides could not be separated by the end of regulation time and needed penalties to decide the tie, following a 0-0 scoreline.
Young African went on to win the shootout by 5-4. Himee Hengombe of Young African won the Man of the Match award.
Eastern Chiefs faced Oshakati-based Young Chiefs in the final match of the Quarterfinals. Lee-Roy Angula scored twice, with Kennedy Paulus, Eilo Shipalanga and Uatumba Muheua each scoring once to give the northern side an impressive 5-1 win. Kakuuai got the consolation goal for Eastern Chiefs.
In the semifinals, Young African will play Young Chiefs, while Mighty Gunners will face Tura Magic.
The return of Skorpion Zinc U/17 Cup was on Tuesday morning unveiled at Football House with N$1.4 Million for 2017 and the competition to be played every year, bringing together the best of regional football under-17s.
The Namibian Premier League has finally elected a new leadership, with Kauta and Paulino as Chairman and Vice Chairman, respectively.
A brace from Willem Elia and a goal each from Timotheus Petrus and Shiimi Matheus ensured a 4-2 victory for Omusati over Erongo in the final of the 2017 Skorpion Zinc under-17 Cup at the Sam Nujoma stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Mighty Gunners will take on Young African in the final of the 2017 Debmarine Namibia Cup, following their semi final wins against Tura Magic and Young Chiefs, respectively, over the weekend.
In other Caf decisions on Saturday, they announced that for now, Cameroon remain as hosts of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, though the organising committee must organise for an audit firm to carry out an inspection mission of the country's infrastructure