The Ruacana Annual Easter Tournament took place last weekend after a two-year pause caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thousands of sport lovers thronged the small and quiet town of Ruacana, as sporting activities took place over three days at the town’s three sport fields, where volleyball, netball, basketball, and football action mesmerized spectators.

The competition also brought along businesses and organisations who used the occasion as an opportunity to make money or market themselves at the event that came across as similar to a trade fair.

In the end winners emerged out of the competitors who had come from far and near.

Red Masters won the volleyball gold prize, with Namibia Correctional Service taking silver, while Okahao Volleyball Club took bronze.

In netball Rebels Babes took gold, with Khomas Nampol taking silver, and Rebels Netball Club getting bronze.

In women soccer Khomas Nampol took gold, while Young Brave got silver, and Bakpro Oshana M Queens taking bronze.

In basketball the Hawks took gold, while KTB took silver, and Namacunde Emirates Basketball Club taking bronze.

In the photo: A match between Fatou Netball Club of Ruacana and Young Stars Netball Club from Oshikuku, which was won by Young Stars.