The Narraville Youth Soccer Academy hosted its second annual soccer tournament in Walvis Bay.
17 December 2018 | Sports
Quinton Heyns, manager of Narraville Youth Soccer Academy “We are extremely grateful to everyone who supported the three-day tournament.
The competitors from six academies in four different age groups managed to score 56 goals during the three-day tournament.
In the under 11 group, the Narraville Youth Soccer Academy clinched first place, followed by the Northern Stars Football Club in second and Young United Academy in third place.
The Narraville Youth Soccer Academy were also the winners in the under 13 group, with the Henties Bay Football Academy in second and Young United Academy in third.
In the under 15 group Khuse Football Club from Oshakati pocketed first place, followed by the Narraville Youth Soccer Academy in second and the Young United Academy Club in third place.
The Young African Stars, also from Oshakati, pocketed first place in the under 17 group, with Khuse Football Club in second and Young United Academy in third.
The Narraville Youth Soccer Academy, under the leadership of Quinton Heyns, aims at providing a sport platform for school dropouts as well as adults alike. “We teach discipline and respect. We also build self confidence through the sport, essential values and life goals by keeping the players out of the streets and keeping them busy and occupying their minds occupied positively”.
Training takes place every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 17:30 - 19:00 at the Narraville Sports Stadium.