Fistball League kicks-off
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09 February 2018 Author   Michael Uugwanga
The Bank Windhoek Fistball League season opening tournament will take place on Saturday, at the Swakopmund Fussball Club (SFC).
“After more than a three-month summer break, the players are ready to get the ball rolling and improve their skills. The tournament will be played in one category that may be divided into two groups or on a round-robin basis. This will also apply to the league commencing in March, as it was not expedient to have only three teams battling it out in the National A League,” Fistball Association of Namibia Chairman, Michael Baas, said.
The league structure will be decided on Friday by representatives of the participating clubs who will gather in Swakopmund.
In the opening tournament the games will be played by time and not by sets as in the league. The teams from Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) stand as favourites for the A and B category titles, while the chasers will certainly be Cohen Fistball Club (CFC) 1 and SFC, respectively. An encounter between the youth players from SFC and CFC will also take place.
Organisers are excited about this year and promise a thrilling 2018 Bank Windhoek Fistball League.
The matches are scheduled to start at 08:30.
 
Below is the list of fixtures
Bank Windhoek Fistball League Opening Tournament
10 February 2018 – SFC Swakopmund Fussball Club
First League Round – Bank Windhoek Fistball Championship
17 March 2018 – SKW Sport Club - Windhoek
Second League Round – Bank Windhoek Fistball Championship
14 April 2018 – CFC Cohen Faustball Club
Coastal Indoor Classic
12 May 2018 - SFC Swakopmund Fussball Club
Third League Round – Bank Windhoek Fistball Championship
9 June 2018 –  CFC Cohen Faustball Club
Cohen Cup Tournament
7 July 2018 - CFC Cohen Faustball Club
Fourth League Round – Bank Windhoek Fistball Championship
11 August 2018 – SFC Swakopmund Fussball Club
 Play Offs – Bank Windhoek Fistball Championship
29 September 2018 – SKW Sport Club - Windhoek
Bank Windhoek Year-end Tournament and Prize giving
3 November 2018 – DTS Sport Club – Windhoek

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