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Tura Magic, Young Chiefs, Mighty Gunners and Young Africans booked their places in the Debmarine Namibia Cup semi-finals following quarter-final wins at Gobabis on Saturday.

Tura Magic, Young Chiefs, Mighty Gunners and Young Africans booked their places in the Debmarine Namibia Cup semi-finals following quarter-final wins at Gobabis on Saturday.
A media statement availed by the Namibia Football Association on Sunday said the first match of the day was a clash between Mighty Gunners and Try Again, with Otjiwarongo-based Mighty Gunners winning by a single goal to nil.
Tura Magic then faced Civics, and national team striker Itamunua Keimuine was man of the match after scoring the only goal of the match to lead Tura Magic into the semi-finals.
The home side, Young Africans then took on Rundu Chiefs, and the two sides could not be separated by the end of regulation time (0-0) and needed penalties to decide the tie.
Rundu Chiefs missed one penalty, while Young Africans scored all their penalties to knock out the Rundu-based outfit.
Another local team, Eastern Chiefs featured in the fourth and final match of the day against Oshakati-based Young Chiefs.
Eastern Chiefs lost by one goal to five after Lee-Roy Angula scored a brace, with Kennedy Paulus, Eilo Shipalanga and Uatumba Muheua scoring one apiece.
Ballack Kakuuai got a consolation goal for the Omaheke regional qualifiers.
Mighty Gunners will face Tura Magic, while Young Africans will face Young Chiefs on a date and venue to be confirmed.
Each club for the semi-finals will get N.dollars 20 000 for travel and preparations, and the fees will increase to N.dollars 30 000 for the two finalists.
Man of the Match awards will carry N.dollars 2 000 in the semi-finals, up from N.dollars 1 500 in the quarter-finals, and N.dollars 5 000 in the final match. The player will have to select a charity of his choice that will receive an equivalent amount.
(NAMPA)

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