KFL showdown awaits Opuwo, Kamanjab, Outjo and Khorixas

OPUWO: The third and fourth rounds of the Kunene Second Division Football League resume on Saturday and Sunday, with 12 games set for Outjo, Opuwo, Khorixas and Kamanjab, with enticing matchups following a strong start to the season last weekend.

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OPUWO: The third and fourth rounds of the Kunene Second Division Football League resume on Saturday and Sunday, with 12 games set for Outjo, Opuwo, Khorixas and Kamanjab, with enticing matchups following a strong start to the season last weekend.

Bolla Nangombe, the league administrator, announced the league’s weekend schedule on Wednesday.

Green Dangers FC, based in Kamanjab, will face Sixty Eleven FC at the DF |Uirab Stadium on Saturday. Last weekend, they drew one-all with Orlando Gariseb FC before losing 8-0 to former Namibian Premier League challenger Robber Chanties FC. Etosha United will meet the newly promoted !Ugab FC in Kamanjab, while Opuwo newcomers Okarindi Komukati FC will face Khaibasen FC, who is second in the log standings after earning the maximum points last weekend. This will be followed by a match between the previous season’s runners-up Kunene NamPol FC and Young Eagles at the Newman Katuta Stadium.

In Outjo and Khorixas, Pubs FC, which failed to collect a point last weekend after los
ing both of its opening games to Khaibasen and Young Eagles, will face log leaders Robber Chanties on Saturday at Etoshapoort Stadium. At the same time, youthful Khorixas Football Academy (KFA) is poised to face Orlando Gariseb in a Khorixas derby at the famed Herbert Conradie Stadium.

Etosha United will face Sixty Eleven in Kamanjab on Sunday in the fourth round. Green Dangers await !Ugab FC in Kamanjab, while Okarindi Komutati and Kunene NamPol FC, both from Opuwo, will face Young Eagles and Khaibasen respectively.

On Sunday, Pubs will host Orlando Gariseb at Etoshapoort, while Robber Chanties and Khorixas Football Academy will face off at the Herbert Conradie Stadium in a Khorixas derby match.

Robber Chanties lead the standings after two rounds of play, with six points from two wins, followed by Khaibasen FC, who also won their first two games. Young Eagles, Kunene NamPol, Okarindi Komutati, !Ugab, KFA, Etosha United, Sixty Eleven, and Orlando Gariseb are the seven clubs in third to ninth place, with th
ree points apiece, while Green Dangers and Pubs FC are sitting in the relegation zone.

Source: The Namibia Press Agency