WINDHOEK: The first match of the 2012/13 MTC Namibia Premier League season between defending champions Black Africa and Orlando Pirates ended in a goalless draw on Friday evening in the capital.
The two Katutura football giants took each other in an umpteenth derby at a packed Independence Stadium, but both wasted golden chances created in both the first and second halves of the game.
On Saturday at 16h00, Otjiwarongo-based Mighty Gunners will lock horns with Oshandumbala-based WesBank Tigers at the Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo.
Newly-promoted Tura Magic from Windhoek will play against Walvis Bay giants Blue Waters at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura at 16h00.
Eleven Arrows, also from Walvis Bay, will face the Khomasdal-based Civics at the Narraville Rugby Stadium at the harbour town of Walvis Bay at 16h00.
African Stars from Windhoek will lock horns with Rundu Chiefs at 18h00 at the Independence Stadium in the capital.
On Sunday, Cymot Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) face Ramblers, also from Windhoek, at the Independence Stadium at 16h00.