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The town of Rehoboth will tomorrow play host to the Standard Bank Alex Angermund Handicap event to be held by the Khomas Turf Club, under the auspices of the Namibia Horse Racing Association (NHRA). Brave Warriors assistant coach Robert Nauseb says his charges have learnt from the mistakes of last Friday’s 1-0 defeat to Mali and come today at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, the Warriors will be ready to ruffle the feathers of the visiting Eagles of Mali. Former president of the Khomas Basketball Association (KBA) Nigel Mubita was last Saturday elected new president of the Namibia Basketball Federation (NBF) and will see him lead the local basketball governing body for the next four years. Matches in the Namibia Hockey Union (NHU) Bank Windhoek outdoor hockey league will today take centre stage at various venues in the capital, with exciting fixtures lined up for fans. Local boxing sensation Michael Benhard on Saturday delivered a courageous performance to brush aside an energetic Dominikus Weyulu during the main bout of the “Shakers and Movers” Boxing Bonanza held over the weekend by the MTC Kilimanjaro Boxing Club. All roads had led to the vibrant town of Okahandja over the weekend for the MTC horseracing derby, which saw different horseracing clubs compete for the share of N$250 000 prize money. Cricket Namibia (CN), at its annual awards ceremony held in the capital over the weekend, recognised and awarded the country’s top performers and various outstanding administrators. Namibian boxing legend and former two-time world champion Harry “The Terminator” Simon says there was little Julius “Blue Machine” Indongo could do to free himself from the jaws of defeat last Friday as opponent Daniyar Yeleussinov was in a class of his own on the night. Steven Damaseb, captain of Namibia’s U/20 football side, believes the team has what it takes to make an impact at this year’s Cosafa U/20 Cup, which started yesterday in Nelson Mandela Bay in South Africa. Sho ta ka umba dhokuusita oshikando shotango mevi lyaAmerica, omubokisi gwaNamibia Sakaria ‘Desert Storm’ Lukas oku na oku ka tula ombunda moshihwa moshiviha shoSuper Featherweight, shomadhingoloko 10 sho ta ka kuthathana po nomubokisi Isaac Avelar ngele okwa hala oku ka kondjela epapa lyuuyuni. Sho taku lalakanenwa okuyumudhwa uudhano woomeme komeho goliha ya tegelelwa yo-NFA Skorpion Zinc Women Super League, mehuliloshiwike muka otaku ka dhanwa otonamende yedhina “The Bounce Back Tournament” okuza mEtitano sigo omOsoondaha. Egidius Nambara said Kavango West is yet to select the final squad for the upcoming second edition of the MTC Namibia Youth Games, which will take place at Rietfontein in the Otjozondjupa region from 16-18 December.