Field hockey starts

Field hockey starts

WINDHOEK – The 2006 Namibia Hockey Union (NHU) Field Hockey League will kick off on Saturday at the Doc Jubber Field in Olympia.

Civics and Ramblers will meet in the first game of the Men’s Premier League at 14h00 on the B Field. The next match will be between Deutscher Turn and Sportverein (DTS) and Rehoboth, also in the Mens’ Premier League at 15h20 on the B Field.The women will start this year’s competition with a game between DTS and Unam at 14h00 on the C Field.The first match of the Men’s Reserve League will be between Civics and Draughters at 15h20 on the C Field, while newcomers Polytechnic and DTS 2 will engage each other in the Women’s Reserve League at 14h00 on Field A.Unam Giants won the Men’s Premier League in 2005 for the fifth year, while DTS finished second and Ramblers third.The Women’s Premier League was won by Windhoek Old Boys Sports Club (WOBSC) followed by Ramblers and Wanderers in second and third places, respectively.Unam also won the Men’s Reserve League followed by Draughters and WOBSC I.WOBSC won the Women’s Reserve League followed by Wanderers and DTS II.The league is expected to end in September.- NampaThe next match will be between Deutscher Turn and Sportverein (DTS) and Rehoboth, also in the Mens’ Premier League at 15h20 on the B Field.The women will start this year’s competition with a game between DTS and Unam at 14h00 on the C Field.The first match of the Men’s Reserve League will be between Civics and Draughters at 15h20 on the C Field, while newcomers Polytechnic and DTS 2 will engage each other in the Women’s Reserve League at 14h00 on Field A.Unam Giants won the Men’s Premier League in 2005 for the fifth year, while DTS finished second and Ramblers third.The Women’s Premier League was won by Windhoek Old Boys Sports Club (WOBSC) followed by Ramblers and Wanderers in second and third places, respectively.Unam also won the Men’s Reserve League followed by Draughters and WOBSC I.WOBSC won the Women’s Reserve League followed by Wanderers and DTS II.The league is expected to end in September.- Nampa

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