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BA go top after draw

Thu, 10 April 2014 17:44
by Michael Uugwanga
News Flash

Defending MTC/Namibia Premier League (NPL) champions Black Africa went
top of log after drawing 1-1 with Ramblers last night at the Sam
Nujoma Stadium.

Ramblers opened the scoreline in the 85th minute through a header by
Timoteus Hambunda.

Few seconds later, Ramblers celebrations were cut short after BA's on
loan striker from South Africa's Santos, Riaan Eugene scored the
equalizer to salvage an important point which put BA on 35 points
ahead of Tigers who have 34 points.

Tigers will reclaim first spot with a win or draw against Orlando
Pirates this coming Saturday because of their superior goal