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The Bank Windhoek National Volleyball League will continue this Saturday at the Sport Klub Windhoek Hall in Olympia starting at 12:00.
In the Ladies League, one of the most anticipated games will be between the leading Khomas Nampol Volleyball team who will fight it out to retain the top spot on the log standings against Namibian Defence Force, who are currently fourth on the log.
The other game expected to thrill the crowd will be Revivals Katutura against the Namibia Defence Force. The Revivals are second on the log standings.
In the Men’s League, all four games are crucial because the games will decide which of the three teams, Sport Klub Windhoek, Khomas Nampol Volleyball Club or UNAM will hold the second spot. All three teams are aware that if they end up in fifth place, they will be relegated to the Regional League. Rehoboth Volleyball Club which holds the sixth spot will also vie for a top spot on the log standings.
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