Debmarine Cup semis on Saturday with final on 19 May

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African Stars are on for a season’s double as they face Civics in the second semifinals match of the 2018 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup to be played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday with the final moved to 19 May.

The exciting 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup will resume on Saturday at the cathedral of Namibian Football, the Sam Nujoma Stadium, with action to start at 16h00 as Black Africa and UNAM faceoff in the first semifinal match of the second installment of the competition.

MTC Premiership champions, who last won a double in 2010 with current coach Bobby Samaria, will then take on Civics at 18h00 to decide who plays in the final now moved to 19 May from 26 May.

“The decision was taken in consultations with the sponsors and it was thus decided that we move the final to 19 May to conclude the competition. The momentum has been building up for the past few weeks and we decided to keep it going so that it culminate in a grand finale we all wish for”, explains Organizing Committee Chairperson Roger Kambatuku.

The new final date will also give enough time for the Brave Warriors to prepare for the 2018 Cosafa Cup as they are due to play Zambia in the quaterfinals on 02 June.

Tickets for the semifinals are selling at Footfall House and on Computicket outlets for N$ 30 each and fans are urged to get their tickets on time to revive their seats for goals, drama and excitement on Saturday 12 May.

Each man of the match winners walks away N$ 2000 richer thanks to Debmarine Namibia while a charity of his choice will also receive an equivalent amount from the mining company.

The overall winners will walk away with a cheque worth N$ 500 000 while the losing finalist receives N$ 250 000 and each losing semi-finalist gets N$ 150 000.