Invincible FC Extends Khomas Dominance

Invincible Football Club’s players are living up to their name after winning the Khomas Youth League for the fourth consecutive time on Saturday.

They beat a resilient Tura Magic Academy team in a nail-biting Under 19 final, which went into a penalty shoot-out at the John ya-Otto Stadium in the Wanaheda residential area.

The two teams drew two-all during regular time, and Invincible eventually won on penalties.

The Khomas Youth League is a developmental league played by U-9, U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17 and U-19 footballers from Windhoek-based football development academies, first and second division football clubs as well as Premier League football teams.

In the match to determine third and fourth positions played earlier in the day, Football for Hope overcame Challengers 3-1 to secure third place.

Nelly Wan-lee Mwazi won the Top Goal Scorer trophy with 12 goals in the league.

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Source : The Namibian

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