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This weekend will see teams in the Southern Stream First Division playing their last matches of the the 2011/2012 season.
Six matches are slated to be played in Windhoek, Swakopmund, Keetmanshoop and Okahandja. Tura Magic, who have already booked their ticket to premier league football next season will face the division’s underdogs Young Ones on Saturday, 26 May 2012 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. The match starts at 15h00.
PC Blue Boys will have to fight hard to keep their third place when they face Swakopmund FC, who are a mere point behind them while second placed Monitronic College, who have so far garnered 42 points, will make a short trip to Okahandja where they will face bogey side, Spoilers at the Nau-Aib Stadium.
Meanwhile, the Northern Stream First Division recently came to an end with Rundu Chiefs leading with 43 points, followed closely by Cuca Tops with 39 points while Chief Santos finished in third place with only one point behind on 38 points.
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