Wednesday, February 28 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 22 Indoor hockey gets off to blistering start Tight action… The next matches across all three leagues (Premier, 1 st and 2 nd leagues) take place this coming weekend at Wanderers, Windhoek Show Grounds and the Indoor Sports Hall in Walvis Bay. Staff Reporter Windhoek The Bank Windhoek Indoor Hockey Premier League got underway TITLE: DESCRIPTION: BID DOCUMENTS: ENQUIRIES: DELIVERY ADDRESS FOR BIDS SUBMISSION CLOSING DATE & TIME BID BID NO: SC/RP/NAC-79/2018 PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Development of a 5 year strategic plan NAC is hereby inviting interesting, reputable and experienced companies to bid for the development of a 5 year strategic plan at NAC Bid Documents are Available as from the 01 March 2018 at the Cashier on the 5th Floor, Sanlam Centre, 154 Independence Avenue, Windhoek, upon payment of a Non Refundable Deposit of N00 per set. 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In the Women’s Premier League, UNAM, Saints and Angels, started their campaign off to a - - - - - good start. The trident are separated by a single point with the students at the top while Saints and Angels share the same number of points in 2 nd and 3 rd places respectively, only apart on goals difference. Men’s Premier League Last weekend, DTS took on UNAM in a hotly contested clash and won 2-1 with Jason Botton and Darren Roberts scoring a goal apiece for the victorious DTS. Saints 2 played against Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) beating them 5-0. Five different Saints players registered their names on the score sheet. Windhoek Old Boys Sports Club’s Burgundy Bullets (WOBSC BB) faced a rampant match where William de Arth netted a hat trick for DTS – thus securing the bonus point victory of 6-0. UNAM was too strong for the young Saints 2 side, as the students mustered a 2-1 victory from the young side. Sasha Chioza scored a brace for UNAM. a resilient NUST side in their second match and defeated their cousins 2-0 with Mbatata Urimeni and Sachin Jaanda registering their names on the score sheet. Saints 1 faced off against hard as they were trailing 2-1 their opponents with a score of 4-2 with Damien Schutz scoring twice. The last game in the men’s Premier league saw WOBSC’s up against their second strings, WOBSC BB. The Bullets lost 5-1 to the Maroons with captain fantastic Bucko Bartlett scoring a double brace to ensure a bonus point victory. Women’s Premier League Angels started off the weekend’s games in the Women’s Premier League as they took on BDO 3-0 to the Angels with Rachel Finch, Maryke Schickerling and Joanne van Rooyen scoring a goal apiece for Angels. Saints played WOBSC whom they defeated 5-0. The goals were spread throughout the team showing how versatile they are. In their second game, Angels beat NUST with a convincing score of 10-1. Rachel Finch scored four goals during the game. DTS and UNAM battled it out in the highly anticipated season’s opener in the Women’s Premier League with both teams wanting to make an impact early in the season. However, the UNAM team’s experience and the inclusion of the very talented Namibian women’s skipper Maggy Mengo on their side, proved too strong for DTS who were beaten 6-0 that saw veteran Mengo helping herself to a hat trick. BDO Wanderers played NUST in a well-balanced game victory but it was not to be as they drew 2-all. Tracy Lottering of BDO Wanderers scored twice. Saints and DTS battled it out in a gruelling game for both this as Saints got the upper hand 3-2. Kaela Schimming scored twice for Saints. en’s Premier League saw Angels take on UNAM. UNAM dominated as they beat Angels 5-2 with UNAM star player Maggy Mengo scoring all of UNAM’s goals. Men’s First League Only two games were played in the Men’s First League over the weekend. At Wanderers, WOBSC took on BDO Wander- BDO Wanderers. The second game was between DTS and UNAM. DTS who were the home team, dominated the match and won 4-0. Women’s First League Angels faced WOBSC. Angels proved too strong for WOBSC with the game ending 6-3. Saints duelled with United. Under guidance from their new coach, Ettienne de Villiers, United looked to have improved their game, but it was not enough as they suffered a 2-1 loss at the hands of Saints. Saints played their 2 nd match against BDO Wanderers, which they won 6-0 as they keep dominating the league. UNAM took on United in the last match of the day in a match that ended in a 2-all stalemate.
Wednesday, February 28 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Records broken at national swimming championships Staff Reporter Windhoek This past weekend saw several records broken at the Bank Windhoek National Swimming Championships held in Windhoek. The much-anticipated swimming tournament saw 164 swimmers participate in 1, 423 events over four days and concluded with a prize-giving ceremony at the Olympia swimming pool in Windhoek on Sunday. This year, records were smashed in the 200m relay events. Nico Esslinger, Quinn Ellis, Oliver Ohm and José Canjulo, broke the 200m freestyle relay in a time of 2:03.19. The previous record was set six years ago and stood at 2:07.23. Daniel Lasso-Drews, Quinn Ellis, Oliver Ohm and Jose Canjulo broke another record in the 200m medley relay in a time of 2:23.32. The previous record stood at 2:27.52 and was set three years ago. Victoria Ellmies and Heleni Stergiadis share the Single Best Performance Trophy. Ellmies was awarded the trophy for her Full swing… Competition was very tight as swimmers competed for top honours at Bank Windhoek’s Namibian National Championships. Photo: Contributed 200m freestyle and Heleni Stergiadis for the 200m medley with each swimmer having accrued 589 International Swimming Federation (FINA) points. “It is an honour to win this award. I would like to thank my coach, parents and all my teammates for encouraging and supporting me all the way,” said Ellmies. Stergiadis was also thankful and could not hide her excitement. “I am so proud of myself. We have been practising really hard for the past few weeks and it paid off. Thanks to my dad and coach for motivating me to keep on swimming and thank God for keeping the light in my life,” said Stergiadis. The Single Best Performance Trophy is awarded to swimmers that achieve the highest number of FINA points in one single event during the championships. This is the same trophy won by Monica Dahl in 1988. Dahl is one of the to compete at the Summer Olympics. She represented Namibia at the 1992 and the 1996 Games. “Thank you Bank Windhoek for your continued support. This has allowed us to have our yearly National Long Course Championships. We are very happy with the results achieved by the swimmers considering the fact that they are not fully tapered. They are in the midst of preparing for the upcoming international meets including the African Swimming Confederation (CANA) Zone 4 in Malawi and the South African Junior Nationals slated to take place next month,” said Namibia Swimming Union’s (NASU) spokesperson Jurie Badenhorst. “What we have seen over the past few days, makes us very proud,” concluded Badenhorst. Victor and Victrix Ludorum awards were also presented to the best swimmers at the tournament. Aqua Swimming Club, Dolphins Swimming Club, Marlins Swimming Club, Namib Swim Academy, Oranjemund Sand Sharks, Swakopmund Swimming Club and Lechwe Swimming Club from Zambia, participated in the tournament. Dolphins Swimming Club scooped the Best Team award. Namibian Newspaper Cup launched WINDHOEK The 2018 Namibian Newspaper Cup, which is scheduled for Katima Mulilo from 31 March to 02 April, yesterday. This will be the 18th edition of the popular youth football tournament which will this year see the introduction of an Under-20 netball competition for all 14 regions. The previous 17 editions saw Under-20 teams compete in football only. The event was launched in the presence of Zambezi Governor Lawrence Sampofu, Namibian Newspaper’s acting editor, Christof Maletzky, and second vice president Naftali Ngalangi and Ludwig Nunuheb and various representatives of the sponsors and football community. Sampofu paid tribute to the or- the region. “We are honoured as a region to host this event as it is going like to thank all the sponsors as they will improve lives of the people of the region,” he said. He added that the tournament will be held under the theme ‘Preserving the Zambezi Bream.’ “The tournament will help us spread conservation messages through this year’s theme. We are also expecting some spectators from Zambia and Botswana to witness this event,” the governor added. He said the government and private sector are collaborating to develop the host town of Katima Mulilo. Some of the developments include the installation of lights at the Zam- hostels of the schools which will also being painted. Sampofu said 800 mattresses will be bought for the hostels and after the tournament these mattresses will remain at the schools hosting the “All these developments are due to the fact that government is meeting with the private sector to improve lives in the regions,” he added. The Namibian Newspaper Cup football tournament is sponsored by The Namibian newspaper and supported by Nedbank Namibia. The Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service and Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare will also this year run various campaigns targeting the girl child, HIV and Aids programmes and offer life skills to people in the region. - Nampa OKAHAO TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 63 (2) (b) of the Local Authorities Act, (Act 23 of 1992) as amended, that the Council of Okahao Town intends to sell by way of private treaty the following immovable properties: # Name of applicant Erf No Size in m 2 Zoning Township Purchase price 1 Auguste Nandjambi Amutenya 799 336 Residential Ext.3 N, 800.00 2 Naftal Shivute Bekele 784 372 Residential Ext. 3 N, 600.00 3 Elizabeth Amutenya 641 326 Residential Ext. 3 N, 300.00 4 Petrus Sheehama 676 312 Residential Ext. 3 N$ 17, 600.00 5 Magdalena Keendjele 364 836 Business Ext. 2 N, 791.00 6 Jerox Trading cc 1174 1620 Business Ext. 4 N$ 123,395.00 7 Sion Amalovu 1344 1110 Business 8 Okahao Proper Niithete Agro- Business Investment Cc 1223 1888 Business Ext. 2 N, 272.50 N$ 143, 428.00 9 Paulina Amutenya 717 356 Residential Ext.3 N 800.00 Any objections to the sale of the listed properties should be done in writing and forwarded to the Friday, 14 March 2018. Written objections shall be addressed to: Enquiries: Ms. B. Mwashindange Okahao Town Council Tel: 065 252204/5 P.O. Box 699, Okahao