// Kharas beat Kunene 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw at the 27th Namibian Police Sports Championships that took place in Keetmanshoop.

Defending champions ||Kharas retained their title after defeating Kunene at the 27th Namibian Police Sports Championships.  ||Kharas team coach Kennedy Namene commended his team for their performance.

''We always knew that defending the cup is not easy; winning is a bit easy, but defending it requires working twice as hard, and it showed. The opponents came out strongly; they really surprised us. We never expected Kunene to have such a strong team, but all credit to them for their hard work. They are worthy opponents; it's just that one team must win at the end of the day''. He said

Despite falling short in the final, Kunene coach Jeora Set thanked his players for making it to the final.

Kunene's coach Jeora Set also commented on the performance of his team ''We are not going to sit back; we are not going to rest. We will go back to the drawing board, prepare for next year, and hopefully emerge victorious''.

Marius Katamela, the ||Kharas regional commander, thanked everyone who made the 27th Namibian Police Sports Championships possible.

''This afternoon, I am very excited about winning for the second time in a row. I am really overjoyed. The players delivered today, and we are looking forward to making it three times in a row'' he said.

The 27th Namibian Police Sports Championships provided a platform for men and women in uniform to showcase their talents.

Lunkameni Sacaria the organiser of the 27th Namibian Police Sports Championships spoke about the overall organizing of the event.

'' The organization was very good; the hospitality, the people of the region, the interaction were positive. The atmosphere was good; we felt at home, and we really had good games. Also, Oshana managed to secure some wins as well'' he added.

The 27th Namibian Police Sports Championships was organized under the theme "Suide Maak Vrede,

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Eslon Jaepa