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SFC HOSTS BANK WINDHOEK NATIONAL FISTBALL LEAGUE

Wed, 2 March 2016 16:35
by online writer
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Swakopmund Fistball Club (SFC) will host the first encounters of the Bank Windhoek National Fistball league this weekend.

An exciting season lies ahead in the A and B category. The first matches will start at 08:30. In the national league A 3 teams will fight for the coveted title.

Cohen will once again have two teams while SKW will only pitch one team. Fistball fans can look forward to a thrilling match between the league title holder SKW 1 and the freshly crowned opening tournament victors Cohen Fistball Club C 1. Both teams showed excellent performances at their last final clash in February which they want to build on.

Five teams consisting of DTS, SFC, SKW, and CFC (2x) will be participating in this year’s national league B. This season will be a challenging one for the defending champion Cohen 3 as they had to settle with a 2nd place at the opening tournament. With the support of spiker Michael Baas SKW 2 will provide great opposition to their blue rivals.

CFC 4 will definitely want to build on last year’s performance as they surprisingly managed to qualify for the final and only lost to their club colleagues CFC 3. However with strong competition, this will be tough as SFC will be reinforced by players from their team that withdrew in the A league.