BA and Tigers continue to battle for top position

WINDHOEK: Black Africa Football Club (FC) beat Civics by one goal to nil on Wednesday at the Sam Nujoma stadium.

The match that part of the MTC/Namibia Premier League (NPL) round 15 saw the defending champions boosting their points to 31, as they continue battling for the first position on the log stand with Tigers FC.

Both teams now all have 31 points, as Tigers remain topping the log and BA maintaining their second position on the log.

BA’s goal came from Ananias Gebhardt who scored their only goal midway through the first half.

Speaking to this new agency on Thursday, BA’s coach Brian Isaacs said Cicivs gave them a difficult match although victory ended in their favour.

“It was a very competitive match, but my players came out full-force and and the end we were the winning team,” he said.

Isaacs stated that their encounter with Eleven Arrows on Saturday at the Kuisebmund stadium won’t be an easy one, but they will go out and play their best.

“As you know Eleven Arrows are in a relegation battle, but that does not mean taking everything light so we are going to play them and make sure we get the three points and consolidate the fist position,” said Isaacs.

Meanwhile, current log leaders Tigers will battle against Ramblers on Friday at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.

(edited)WINDHOEK; Black Africa Football Club (FC) beat Civics by one goal to nil at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on Wednesday evening.

The match was part of the MTC/Namibia Premier League (NPL)’s round 15, and saw the defending champions boosting their points’ tally to 31 as they continue to battle for the first position on the log- standings with Tigers FC.

Both teams now have 31 points, with Tigers topping the log and Black Africa (BA) maintaining their second position.

BA’s goal came was scored by Ananias Gebhardt midway through the first half.

Speaking to Nampa on Thursday, BA coach Brian Isaacs said Civics gave them a tough match.

“It was a very competitive match, but my players came out full-force, and in the end we were the winning team,” he noted.

Isaacs stated that their encounter against Eleven Arrows on Saturday at the Kuisebmond Stadium in Walvis Bay will not be an easy one, but they will go all out and do their best.

“As you know, Eleven Arrows are in a relegation battle, but that does not mean we are taking everything lightly.

We are going to play them, and make sure we get the three points and consolidate the first position,” he added.

Meanwhile, current log-leaders Tigers will battle it out against Ramblers at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Friday night.

SOURCE: NAMPA