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Defending champions of the Top Score Seven-A-Side Soccer League, Tiger Wheel and Tyre will be under pressure to defend their title when the league finals gets under way in the capital this Saturday at the Ramblers Sports Grounds.
Sixteen teams will line up in a bid to win the coveted title and N$11 000 in cash. N$7 000 will go to the team in second place, while N$5500 and N$3500 will go to teams in third and fourth place.respectively.The games start at 14h30.
Marketing Manager of Namib Mills, Margareth Gustavo said they look forward to the finals and encourage all soccer fans to join them and support their favourite teams.
Apart from the winning team’s cash prize, the tournament will also award trophies to the most disciplined team, the team with the most supporters, and the top goal scorer of the tournament will receive a trophy.
Spectators present at the finals stand a chance to win one of six cash prizes each valued at N$500, hampers and Top Score giveaways. Various corporate and business teams are competing to win this prestigious league. Namib Mills, through the Top Score brand, has invested an amount of more than N$126,000 towards the tournament.
The following teams will play against each other in the first knock-out round on Saturday: Capral Aluminium vs Trustco FC, Feedmaster vs Dream Team, Namib Mills Bavaria vs. CIC FC, Plascon vs Financial Consulting Services, WCCR Team vs Tiger Wheel & Tyre, Meatco Tannery vs Nedbank Namibia United, Unlimited Developers vs Team Taurus and AIJ All Stars vs Windhoek Gutter Supplies.
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