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SKW go second


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SKW went second on the log after beating United Stars 2-0 in Windhoek on Saturday.
Joslin Kamatuka opened their account shortly before halftime while Elvis Tjivasera headed in their second goal from a corner, on 78m.
The result sees SKW moving up to 19 points after 10 matches, but they are now seven points behind log leaders Black Africa.
United Stars meanwhile stay bottom of the log on two points and they are still in search of their first win of the season.
Civics missed a great opportunity to go second when they stumbled to a 1-0 defeat against Mighty Gunners at Windhoek’s Independence Stadium.
Gunners’ prolific striker Harold Ochurub scored the winning goal midway through the second half with a tame looking shot, but Civics keeper Esau Tjiouro stumbled over his own feet and the ball rolled into the left hand corner of the net.
Civics now remain in joint fourth position on 17 points along with Ramblers and African Stars.
Ramblers did well to beat Blue Waters 1-0 at the Ramblers field, after they had to play with 10 men for most of the match. Larry Horaeb was sent off after picking up his second yellow card after only 23 minutes.
Ramblers however took the lead from a penalty by Emilio Martin 5m later and despite being a man down managed to hold on to their lead till the end.
Eleven Arrows’ new coach Woody Jacobs got off to a promising start as they managed to salvage a point in a 0-0 draw against African Stars in Walvis Bay. Arrows are now third last on the log on three points, while Stars are tied with Civics and Ramblers on 17 points.
Tigers are third on 18 points after they drew 1-1 against Orlando Pirates on Wednesday night. Johannes Seibeb put Pirates ahead on 30m but Tigers equalised on 79m through a freekick by Willem Mwedihanga that deflected off the wall.
On Friday night Black Africa stretched their lead at the top of the log with a 3-1 victory against Hotspurs. Hotspurs took the lead through Richard Kavendji on 30m, but Klaas Blom equalised for BA on 56m.
In the final stages BA however secured their victory after an own goal by Hotspurs defender George Tsamaseb and a great freekick by captain Hartman Toromba.

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P Malakia bt S Mandeya pts 4R


V Meroro bt C Gonorenda pts 8R

I Naidjala bt N Gwezela R4 TKO


E Nashivela bt T Shangula pts 4R

L Handivela bt J Mashela pts 4R

M Shimbi bt I Andeleki R3 KO