15 February 2013

Namibia: Goals Galore in Top Score Social Tourney

Windhoek — The opening round of the popular social Top Score 7-a-Side social tourney, sponsored by Namib Mills in conjunction with Ramblers FC, kicked off at the Ramblers field in Windhoek last weekend and produced a barrage of goals.

Close to 70 teams are vying for the coveted spot of best corporate football team in the country, and last weekend's matches saw a couple of thrillers, including CB Enterprises thrashing Newsprint Namibia 5-1. Meatco downed Medscheme 4-1, while New Era Newspaper saw off Mobipay 4-0 and G4S prevailed over Pupkewitz Megatech by the same scoreline.

Defending champions Tiger Wheel and Tyre are currently perched in 3rd place in Group A behind leaders, Soweto Motor Spares on 9 points. CB Enterprises top Group B with 8 points, followed by Ronnie's Car Wash, The Namibian and Nedbank Namibia in that order.

In Group C, the running for the quarter-finals is very tense with Pupkewitz Megabuild in front with 7 points, followed by Meatco, Tannery Okapuka, Gecka Pharma and Mutual & Federal on 6 points each.

In Group D, Namlife sits at the summit (7) followed by the School of Medicine (6) and Multichoice (6) with Pupkewitz Nissan adrift in 4th place on 4 points.

Exciting new kid on the block, the New Era Newspaper team, lies on top in Group E with 7 points, leaving the likes of Omulunga Radio, Meatco, Windhoek Factory and Living Waters Pharmacy to pick up the pieces in that order.

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