Over 300 goals were scored across all divisions of the Khomas Netball League when activities returned this past weekend.
The league’s treasurer David Faustinus told New Era Sport he was impressed with the way teams performed over the weekend, adding players showed their strengths and displayed excellent netball on the courts.
“They showed up for their clubs and played high-quality netball which was exciting to see. The games were very competitive and exciting to watch. We hope teams will improve as time progresses,” he said.
In terms of the fitness level of the players as the teams have been on a month-long break, Faustinus said although teams were away from the courts, they kept themselves busy by training.
“I don’t think there was a problem with the fitness because they played high-intensity games on Saturday.”
In the Super 10 Division on Friday, NDF Windhoek beat Wanderers 34-14, while in the First Division, Afrocat B1 lost 24-51 to Unam Jaguars. Afrocat Lions lost 14-32 to Tura Magic in the Second Division.
On Saturday, in the first division, Gomonate Fela collected maximum points against NUST, defeating them 31-18, while Afrocat B lost 18-30 to Rehoboth. In the Second Division, Tigers thrashed Lingua Blue Eagles by 38-4, while Unam School of Medicine narrowly lost 22-23 to United B.
Ministry of Mines and Energy collected maximum points against Lingua Blue Eagles after the match was forfeited 15-0.