Swallows FA dominates Khomas Football

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Katutura-based Swallows Football Academy continues to dominate Khomas youth football as they won the regional under 11, 15 and 17 leagues at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Centre on Saturday.

Swallows A and Swallows B finished first and second on 36 and 29 points respectively in the Under- 11 League after 14 seasonal games. Swallows A won 11 games and drew three and have scored an impressive 74 goals, while Swallows B lost once and won eight games to take second place.

In the final league games on Saturday, Swallows A and Swallows B played to a one-all draw, while Tura Magic defeated Swallows under-9s 5-2. Kaizen Footfall Academy (KFA) defeated Swallows B 2-0 to take third place on 27 points.

In the Under-13 Khomas League, Swallows A won 17 of their 18 games and drew the other one to finish the season on top with 52 points, with KFA winning 11 games for 37 points in second place, followed by Swallows B on 33 points. On the final day, Swallows B beat Arcadia 3-0; KFA 1-0 Tura Magic; and Swallows A 1-0 Swallows B.

In the Khomas Under-15 League, Football for Hope lost to Tura Magic 1-0 and Swallows A defeated KFA 3-0. Swallows A won the league with 56 points and a better an 89 goal difference from 22 games, followed by KFA also on 56 points while Royal International Academy are third, 10 points adrift.

The climax of the Khomas youth leagues will be this coming Saturday, 28 October at the NFA Technical Centre as the Khomas under 17 and under-20 Leagues conclude. Swallows are leading the under 17 league with 47 points from 17 games that included 15 wins and two draws. Royal International Academy are in second on 38 points followed by Home for Good Hope with 37 points. In the under 20 league, Windhoek City leads on 15 points, followed by KFA with 12 points and Prokids on 10 points.