Friday 18 June 2021
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DebMarine action continues

Action in the 2017 DebMarine Namibia Cup continues this weekend at Gobabis, Katima Mulilo, Rosh Pinah, Tsumeb, Ohangwena, Oshakati and Swakopmund.
In a media statement issued on Wednesday, the Namibia Football Association confirmed it is all systems go in those towns.
Action at the Legare Sports Stadium in Gobabis, Omaheke Region, starts at 11h00 on Saturday.
The final is expected on Sunday at 17h00.
In the Zambezi Region, action in the semi-final stage continues at the Katima Mulilo sports complex from 07h00 tomorrow, following last weekend’s games that produced 30 goals in nine matches played.
King Fischer takes on Bucks Bucks in the first semi-final, followed by the second semi-final between Katima Wanderers and Namib Chiefs.
The final will be played at 16h00 tomorrow.
In the Oshikoto Region, the elimination round will take place at the Nehale Stadium from 07h00 on Saturday, with the final taking place on Sunday at 15h00.
Vineta Stadium will be a hive of action with the Erongo leg of the elimination round. Action kicks off on Saturday at 08h00 and the finals will take place on Sunday at 18h00.
In Ohangwena, all roads lead to Ohangwena stadium from 07h00 tomorrow. The finals there are expected on Sunday at 16h00.
The Mweshipandeka Secondary School in the Oshana Region will be the place to be, with regional clubs fighting it out to represent their region in the Round of 32 proper from tomorrow at 08h00.
The final will take place on Sunday in the Oshakati Independence Stadium at 21h00.
The DebMarine Namibia Cup started last weekend with the knock-out rounds in the first and second divisions, before the last 32 teams, including the 16 Namibia Premier League (NPL) teams, battle it out for further progression.
The regional winner will pocket N$20 000 with the losing finalist winning N$10 000, and both semi-final losers receiving N$5 000 each.

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