NCS assume Southern Stream control – The Namibian
Two clean sheets and seven goals were scored by the Namibian Correctional Systems (NCS) to remove Khomas Napol, a law enforcement agent, from the top Southern Stream division standings.
Blue Boys, Mariental, Try Again, and the NCS all ensured maximum points in a goal-filled weekend of action.
The new log leaders eased past Western Spurs by 2-0 on Saturday, before recording a statement 5-0 win over Northern Stars on Sunday.
The NCS now has 25 points from eight matches. This is three more than Nampol, who started the weekend with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Spoilers from Okahandja, but lost the next day to Blue Boys.
Blue Boys, who also won a victory over DTS Hopsol 3-2 on Saturday, moved up one place to third on the same points. Mariental SC, buoyant after their 2-1 win over Northern Stars (bottom side Spurs) and 1-0 win over Spurs, was next.
Date Eleven lost five points and slipped two places to be fifth (16). They were held at two-all by the struggling Ramblers, who had lost 4-2 to Windhoek United on Saturday.
Third-from-bottom at the start of matchday nine, Try Again emerged from a festive recess a revived side. They scorched Ramblers 3-1, United 2-1 to jump to sixth place on log with 13 points.
Spoilers are seventh with 11 points, following Sunday’s 1-0 win against DTS Hopsol (11), which dropped from sixth to eighth.
In that order, the log includes Northern Stars (10), United (9), Ramblers (8), and Spurs (2).