REHOBOTH, 06 JUN – The Southern Stream First Division (SSFD) will commence with the second leg of the league after completing the first leg last weekend.
Rounds 7 and 8 will be played in Walvis Bay, Windhoek and Okahandja.
The SSFD’s Acting League Administrator, Joshua Tovey ||Hoëbeb on Tuesday said the league will conclude over the weekend of 23 June, with the play-offs slated for the week thereafter.
“We will have the first leg of the promotional play-offs between the Coastal and Inland Streams on 30 June, with the return leg scheduled for the weekend of 07 July,” ||Hoëbeb said.
In a midweek game on Wednesday in the Coastal Stream, log leaders Flamingoes will lock horns with fourth-placed PC Blues at Walvis Bay’s Kuisebmond Stadium at 19h00.
On Saturday, third-placed Spoilers will welcome relegation threatened and sixth-placed Northern Stars to the Nau-aib Stadium in Okahandja at 13h00.
Khomas Namibian Police (NamPol), who are in fifth place, will entertain second-placed Western Spurs at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 13h00.
Round 7 of the Inland Stream on Saturday will see relegation candidates Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW), who are in sixth place, try and avenge their first leg loss against log leaders Young Brazilians at the SKW Stadium at 13h00.
Meanwhile, at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 15h00, second-placed Windhoek United will keep their winning form going against Try Again and also settle matters after having lost the reverse fixture in Keetmanshoop.
This will be followed by fifth-placed Rebels and Ramblers, who are in third place, confronting each other at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at 17h00.
Round 8 will continue on Sunday with the Coastal Stream match-ups seeing Khomas NamPol facing Northern Stars at 12h00 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, while in Okahandja Spoilers host Western Spurs at 12h00 at the Nau-aib Stadium.
In the Inland Stream on Sunday, Windhoek United will face Young Brazilians at Sam Nujoma Stadium at 10h00, while SKW will entertain Try Again at the SKW Stadium at 10h00.