The University of Namibia (Unam)'s rugby club reclaimed top spot of the Namibia Rugby Union premier league by dislodging championship rivals Trustco United with a 52-15 victory at the Unam sports field on Friday evening.
Unam, who are hoping to claim the title they lost to Wanderers last year, took a half-time lead of 28-10.
They scored a total of eight tries with Lorenzo Louis, Camlo Martin, Cameron Langenhoven and Delron Brandt scoring a try each, while Shareave Titus and Gilad Plaatjies scored two each.
Louis converted five of the tries, with Brandt adding a single conversion to complete a convincing win for the former champions.
In other matches played on Saturday, Wanderers maintained their push to defend their title with a hard-fought 35-28 victory over Rehoboth at the Wanderers Sports Club.
The defending champions took a 22-7 half-time lead.
Walvis Bay-based Kudus beat Western Suburbs 28-25 at the coast as they pushed for a play-off spot.
Meanwhile, in the national league's semi-final play-offs, Southern Bulls defeated Eastern Bulls 42-28, while St Lou from Rehoboth ousted Oranjemund with a 33-19 scoreline.
Grootfontein defeated Sparta 24-22, and Keetmanshoop beat Vikings by 24-18.
The finals will be played on Saturday, 20 July at a yet to be confirmed venue.
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