Debmarine Namibia Cup

Stars face Arrows and UNAM gets Waters in Debmarine Cup Last-8

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Eleven Arrows will face African Stars and UNAM tackle Blue Waters when the 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup resumes with the quarterfinals on the weekend of 28 April, the draw conduced on Saturday revealed.

BA and Arrows survive while Stars and Civics cruise in Debmarine Namibia Cup

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Black Africa, Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows edged their opponents while African Stars, Civics and Tura Magic scored more than five goals in the Debmarine Namibia Cup last 16 Round played on Saturday at Windhoek and Walvis Bay.

21 April set for Debmarine Cup last 16

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Walvis Bay’s Khuisebmond Stadium and the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek will each host four 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup last 16 matches on Saturday, 21 April with African Stars facing Dynamos in Windhoek and Black Africa taking on Khuse FC at the coast.

Pirates gets Arrows as Waters face Chiefs in Debmarine Cup

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Premierships giants Orlando Pirates will face Eleven Arrows and Blue Waters take on Young Chiefs in the 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup Round of 16, following the draw conducted on Thursday night in Windhoek.

Ten-men BA edge defending champions African in the Debmarine Cup

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Golden Bees edged premiership side Life Fighters out of the 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup Round of 32 while Black Africa fought back to defeat defending champions Young African as the goals-filled Round concluded at Grootfontein, Tsumeb and Windhoek on Sunday afternoon.

Khuse knocks out Tigers as Stars score 12 in Debmarine Cup

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The 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup produced its first upset as Khuse FC knocked Premiership side Tigers out in their Round of 32 match played at the Etosha Stadium in Tsumeb, while Eleven Arrows, Swakopmund FC and African Stars cruised into the next round on Saturday.

Tsumeb and Windhoek host Debmarine Namibia Cup

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Windhoek and Tsumeb will host the 2018 Debmarine Namibia Cup Round of 32 fixtures this coming weekend as defending Champion Young African faces Black Africa and Tura Magic takes on Mighty Gunner s and Golden Bees and Life Fighters faceoff in the pick of the matches.

The majestic Sam Nujoma Stadium and the monumental Oscar Norich Stadium in Windhoek and Tsumeb respectively will play host to the Debmarine Namibia Cup last 32 ties on 24 and 25 March as clubs looks to reach the next round of the only cup competition in the country.

African gets BA in Debmarine Namibia Cup draw

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Debmarine Namibia Cup defending champions Young African will face Black Africa in the one of the four Round of 32 clashes scheduled for 24-25 March at a venue still to be determined while African Stars awaits the winners of the Omaheke NAMPOL vs Swallows FC clash on Saturday.

Premier League clubs enters Debmarine Namibia Cup

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The Debmarine Namibia Cup continues to hog the limelight as it enters the Round of 32 draw on Thursday with the Premier League clubs coming on board while there is small issue of Omaheke NAMPOL and Swallows to settle on Saturday at the Legare Stadium.

Mondesa host SSFD Debmarine Namibia Cup playoffs

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Mondesa Stadium in Swakopmund is the venue for the 2018 Southern Stream First Division (SSFD) Debmarine Namibia Cup playoffs this weekend as the 12 clubs battle it out for only one place in the Competition Proper, the Round of 32 of this lucrative Cup.

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