By Carlos Kambaekwa
Ambitious Donkerhoek-based outfit Hotspurs will be looking at strengthening their promotion aspirations, when the early pace setters and current log leaders in the National Southern Stream First Division welcome Desert Rollers at the Khomasdal Stadium in Windhoek, tomorrow (13h00).
Second placed Monitronic College host Nampol in the first of a double header tomorrow at the Khomasdal Stadium (11h00).
In tomorrow’s other action, Flying Eagles will be relying heavily on home ground advantage when they confront Namib Woestyn, at the Mariental Showgrounds (13h00)
Black Marocco Chiefs will be engaged in what is hugely expected to be a highly charged Southern derby against the visiting Young Beauties in the day’s last match at the same venue (15h00).
Sunday sees both title contenders Hotspurs and Monitronic College returning to their happy hunting ground to exchange opponents with Spurs taking on Nampol, while the students play hosts to Desert Rollers.
Elsewhere, the trend continues in the same pattern with the Mariental-based pair of Black Marocco Chiefs and Flying Eagles also involved in the business of swapping opposition.
Chiefs have a date with Namib Woestyn and the Eagles complete the weekend’s lineup with a confrontation against Young Beauties
Hansa Pilsener Cup Hits Home Stretch
Meanwhile, the semifinals of the Annual Hansa Pilsener Cup for teams campaigning in Namibia’s third tier division take centre stage in Swakopmund, tomorrow afternoon.
United Stars have been pitted against Invincible FC in the first semifinal at 15h00, to be followed by the 2nd semifinal match between Deportivo Alaves and PC Blue Boys (17h00).
Both matches will be played at the Swakopmund Faussball Club (SFC) soccer field.