Cricket Namibia (January-July)   What has been happening in Cricket? Cricket Namibia would like to share the activities over two quarters, first quarter (January - March) & second quarter (April - June). Cricket Namibia is focusing on administration and is making sure that the new cricket season takes off without a hitch. Breaking down

Outjo B&G T20 Challenge

The Outjo Boys and Girls T20 Challenge a Great success. The tournament was hosted on the 13-14 July 2018 at the Outjo Sports Stadium. The aim of this event was to promoting a healthy competition, commitment, dedication and hard work between players and their opponents we also aim at promoting enjoyment, fun and

Outjo Girls team

The development of Girls cricket continues to grow and the participation in the Outjo community has increased over the past two years since the inception of girls/women’s cricket in Outjo.  Young girls’ between the ages of 10 - 16 years, have shown interest and have so far joined in the various age group girl’s cricket teams.

What has been happening in Cricket?

What has been happening in Cricket? Men: Currently in their pre-season, the national men side are busy with conditioning programmes that will help the players build strength, agility, flexibility and other abilities to improve each player’s physical abilities. This is when the focus is turned towards the skill training in various department.

The Namibian Ladies head to Zimbabwe.

The Namibia senior women will head to Zimbabwe for a women's tournament that will take place the end of April. The Tournament comprises of four teams, which include  Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda and the host Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Women's T20 Challenge is set to commence on the 29 April 2018.   Fixtures:

Regional Championship 2018

Cricket Namibia presents the Regional Championships that will take place this weekend in Windhoek. The Regional championships is aimed at encouraging sportsmanship at club level. With huge bragging rights up for grabs, the clubs go up against different clubs from all over Namibia. The competitions is represented by Clubs from Central,