As the defending champions of the Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) league, Wanderers have their sights set on collecting maximum points in their upcoming match against Grootfontein at home this weekend.
Despite the tough challenge that lies ahead, head coach Dirk Human believes his team is ready to go.
“We know playing Grootfontein at home is not an easy task, but we are also on the other hand ready for them as we are willing to give this game our all,” said Human. Wanderers are currently second on the log with 13 points, trailing behind the leaders United by 15 points.
Meanwhile, Ngumeritiza Nguaiko, head coach of Grootfontein, shares similar sentiments about the match and believes it will be tough, but he is optimistic about the outcome. He says the team is in good shape as all their players are available for the game.
“We worked on ourselves including our weaker links, and now we know our strengths and we are maximizing the players’ potential to win the match,” said Nguaiko.
In other rugby matches this weekend, United will face UNAM on Friday, while on Saturday, Falcon will play against Rehoboth, and Kudus will take on Western Suburbs.