REHOBOTH, 22 MAR – Southern Stream First Division (SSFD) outfit, Khomas Namibian Police Force (NamPol) Football Club say they plan to perform well in the Debmarine Namibia Cup Round of 32.
The team is drawn against Space Age, winners of the Zambezi Debmarine elimination matches, in the Round of 32 slated for Windhoek and Tsumeb respectively.
NamPol coach Gareth Fortune #Eichab on Wednesday said they will fight for a spot in the Round of 16.
He added that they will approach the match with caution and will not underestimate their opponents.
“Looking at our preparation, I can say it is going well so far. As the representatives of SSFD, we want to show what we are made of and will represent our division with pride. The cohesion and the will to compete is there amongst the players.”
He said although the team lacks match fitness and competitiveness due to the inactivity of the league, they will fight to qualify for the next round.
“Match fitness is an issue, but we have strengthened our team with a few signings that I think will do the job for us,” #Eichab said.
Below are the full fixtures for the weekend’s Debmarine Round of 32 matches.
Sam Nujoma Stadium, Windhoek
15h00 Real Fighters versus Eleven Arrows
17h00 Omaheke NamPol vs African Stars
19h00 Citizens vs Young Chiefs
Oscar Norich Stadium, Tsumeb
09h00 Swakopmund vs Ohangwena NamPol
11h00 Once Again vs Rhino
13h00 Space Age vs Khomas NamPol
15h00 Khuse vs Tigers
17h00 Rundu Chiefs vs Civics
19h00 Chief Santos vs Reho Madrid
Sam Nujoma Stadium
15h00 Tura Magic vs Mighty Gunners
17h00 Black Africa vs Young African
Oscar Norich Stadium
09h00 Blue Waters vs Fresh United
11h00 Orlando Pirates vs Outjo Football Academy
13h00 Eastern Chiefs vs UNAM
15h00 Dynamos vs Onathinge
17h00 Golden Bees vs Life Fighters
There will be Man of the Match awards from the Round of 16 up to the final that come with a N.dollars 1 000 cash prize.
This will increase to N.dollars 1 500 in the quarter-finals, N.dollars 2 000 in the semi-finals and N.dollars 5 000 in the final match. Teams competing in the Round of 32 will each receive N.dollars 20 000 to prepare for their matches.
Man of the Match winners can select a charity of their choice that will receive the equivalent amount.
The two teams that reach the final will each receive N. dollars 30 000 to prepare for the title-deciding match on 26 May.