Award winners – 2018 Cricket Namibia Annual Prizegiving

Cricket Namibia hosted its annual prize giving ceremony on the 21 July 2018. The event was broadcasted Live by TeeVee Africa - Namibia via their YouTube channel and App. The award recipients, in the different categories: Youth awards: Under 13 Player of the Year - William Lottering Under 15 Player of the Year - Dian Neethling Under

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.

Outjo Girls Cricket Development Festival

A Success: 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

Outjo Report for the first Trimester by Wilhelm Tuhafeni

This report covers the activities that happened between January and April 2017. Outjo starts with the development of Girls Cricket The year 2017 started on a very high note with the development of Outjo very first girls cricket team which currently consist of 18 players from the age the of 10-14

FNB Kwata Cricket Launch and Fun Day 2017

FNB of Namibia in association with Cricket Namibia have once again come together in the name of development. Taking all happenings to the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura, taking the game of cricket to the children. Also making a statement that cricket is not bound by any bounds. http://www.namibian.com.na/52198/read/Cricket-Namibia-holds-development-session-in-Katutura

REPORT FOR THE THIRD TRIMISTER

The third trimester was more about matches and intense activities says the head coach and development officer JUSTUS HANGULA . Kwata cricket development program Is healthy and active in schools, in Walvis Bay 7 schools are benefiting from the Kwata program. The aim is to grow and increase the capabilities of each