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Diala crowned Top Score champs

Diala crowned Top Score champs

The Top Score- 7-A-Side football match that took place over the weekend produced a nail-biting final between Diala Consult and Nedbank at Ramblers Fields in Pioneerspark.

Diala Consult managed to outwit Nedbank to clinch the trophy as well as bagging the cash prize of N$13,000.

Nedbank then clinched N$8000 for the runner up, Manettis Transport grabbed N$6500 for third place, while Nemos Fresh took home N$ 2500 for fourth position.

According to Namib Mills, Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Officer, Ashante Manetti, the tournament is aimed at community upliftment and engagement, “it is the company’s way of rewarding those dedicated and disciplined sportsman who continue to support this tournament throughout its seventeen year run,” she added.

Speaking at the prize giving she said that; “As a corporate citizen It’s important to Namib Mills to not only focus on great quality; excellent customer service and meeting consumer needs but also to live in accordance with our brand promise of feeding the nation, both in body and in mind; we believe that this tournament teaches the important quality of team work and supporting one another; qualities you can take into life.”

Furthermore she thanked all the players, family and friends for their patience and support through the weeks of the tournament as well as for enduring rainy days and late nights; “We have seen some excellent games, and the support from families and loyal fans a testament to our Top Score brand and what this tournament is all about; we want to thank all the teams and loyal supporters for their commitment and making this tournament, the success that it is.” She concluded.

Meanwhile, Home Corp and Mareua Superstar both won the coveted title of best supporting team each receiving N$3500.

The next Top Score 7 – A- side tournament will kick off in the North and the Coast respectively.

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