Southern Stream First Division comes alive

After three years of football stagnancy in Namibia, the Southern Stream First Division got to action as the league finally kicked off last Saturday at four different venues across the country and will run until the end of July.

The Southern Stream transitional league has four groups, namely Southern Stream, Coastal Stream, Central Stream and Inland Stream. Each group consists of three teams, with matches to be played on a round-robin basis (home-and-away) for group stage with the winners and runners up of each group proceed to the quarterfinals play-off on a knockout basis.
On Saturday, Round One from Walvis Bay drew 1-1 against Northern Stars at the Mondesa Stadium in Swakopmund, DTS Hopsol FC beat WHK United FC, and Spoilers FC beat Khomas Nampol FC while Dates Eleven FC beat Namibia Correctional Service FC at the J Stephanus Stadium in Keetmanshoop.
On Sunday, Blue Boys beat Western Spurs FC 3-0 in Swakopmund Try Again FC beat Namibia Services in Keetmanshoop, Spoilers beat Eleven Champions in Okahandja and Ramblers lost to DTS Hopsol in Windhoek

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