Kudus and Walvis Bay go under to Unam and Wanderers in Premier League games

Walvis Bay and Kudus both had a tough weekend behind them in the next round of the NRU Premier League in Windhoek over the weekend.
Unam hosted Walvis Bay on its home turf at the Unam Stadium where it bagged a massive 68-24 win over Walvis Bay.
With a strong pack of forwards Walvis Bay nonetheless gave Unam a tough time in the scrums, winning a penalty try after a scrum infringement by Unam.
Unam turned its defense tactic into an attack and took the lead with tries by fly half Hilarius Kisting and centre Camlo Martin.

Walvis Bay redeemed itself with tries by eighth man Riaan de Klerk and center Cedric Haraseb, but Unam struck back with more tries by prop Tjino Tjirare, scrum half Sunday Haitembu and another try for Martin as they took lead at halftime with 35-12.
In the start of the second half Walvis Bay seemed in control of the match when loose forward Joe Hermann came through with a try, but two counter attacking tries by Unam left them in the lead again.
Another try by Unam had the score at 49-17, Walvis Bay hit back with a penalty try, but Unam remained in the lead.
Kudus travelled to Windhoek to take on Wanderers on their home field in Pioneerspark, where Wanderers took the win with 25-14. Mahco Prinsloo, Wanderers fullback, pulled 20 points with two tries, two conversions and two penalties followed by a try by centre Jandre du Toit.
Kudus fly half, Ulriato Lawrence and lock Lee-uwardo Sitzer scored two tries for the team, with Lawrence converting both.
Kudus remained motivated to the end and came close to leading but Wanderers grabbed hold of the lead and simply didn’t let go of this advantage.

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