Cricket Namibia in partnership with Sanlam Namibia and Santam Insurance Namibia hosted the Newly inaugrirated Outjo cricket festival during the mid-term school break, the event that can be classified as one of the most successful events on the Outjo cricket calendar. Seeing more than 40 kids benefiting from the tournament
The passed weekend cricket Namibia in association with Hunters Edge, have hosted the 1st and 2nd division finals this past weekend.The matches both took place on Saturday, the 10 March 2018.
In the 1st division (40 overs) was WHS Vintage vs Wanaderers 2, right here in Windhoek at the Wanderers cricket
The Hunters Edge Cricket League is drawing to a close as the finals for the 1st and 2nd divisions have been reached.
Cricket Namibia in associate with Hunter Edge are proud to announce the teams that will be taking part in the finals this coming Saturday, 10 March 2018.
In the 1st
A GREAT century by Stephen Baard led Namibia to a three-wicket victory against Free State in their CSA One Day Challenge on Sunday.
After restricting Free State to 222 for six wickets off their 50 overs, Namibia reached 224 for seven wickets with five balls to spare.
Baard led the way with
Cricket Namibia would like to announce the retirement of two of our most prominent cricketers, our Captain Sarel Burger and our Vice-Captain Craig Williams. Both Sarel and Craig have decided that the 3 Day and ODI matches against Free State at the Wanderers stadium from 22 to 25 February 2018
The year 2018 came with new development initiatives especially when it comes to the development of cricket in the township of Outjo, over the past few years Cricket Namibia in partnerships with First National Bank of Namibia initiated the FNB Kwata Cricket development program with high hopes to take
A second-string Namibian side slumped to a 123-run defeat against Kwazulu Natal Inland in their CSA Provincial One Day Challenge in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.
With Namibia's first team involved in the World Cricket League Division 2 tournament which was concluded in Windhoek last Thursday, Namibia had to field a second team
THE United Arab Emirates have been crowned the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 champions in Windhoek after beating Nepal by seven runs.
The UAE will now join the Windies, Ireland, the Netherlands and PNG in Group A at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe, whilst Nepal will take
NAMIBIA's hopes of reaching the 2019 Cricket World Cup came to an end when they lost by 19 runs to the UAE in their final group match at the World Cricket League Division 2 tournament in Windhoek on Wednesday.
UAE booked their ticket to the final World Cup qualifier in Zimbabwe
NAMIBIA beat Kenya to join Canada and Nepal on the same points at the top of the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 table, with only one round of matches left before the two qualifications spots for the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier are confirmed.
On the reserve day in Windhoek,