FirstRand Namibia has boosted Cricket Namibia's grassroot level development programme with N$ 250 000. Kwata Cricket was established in 2009 to create awareness of in the underprivileged communities in Namibia to promote a heathly and active lifestyle, the program started out in just one region which was the Erongo region focusing on Walvis
The time has come again Cricket Namibia is holding free training courses in Walvis at from the 14 to 17 November 2018. The course will cover: Introduction to Cricket Coaching Level 1 Coaching Cricket Administration Umpires Workshop If you would like to get involved, Kindly contact Justus Hangula at 0811228389 or via email: email@example.com Have a look at
The fixtures are out. U15 & U17 Fixture 20-Aug APS u/15 & u/17 Cricket Week Fixtures 50 Over Vulcanic Rhinos v Meteor Lions 9h30 Hurricane Wolves v Thunderous Cheetahs 50 Over Ficious Falcons v Striking Eagles 21-Aug APS u/15 & u/17 Cricket Week Fixtures Time Cricket Vulcanic Rhinos v Hurricane Wolves 9h30 Meteor Lions v Thunderous Cheetahs Time Cricket Ficious Falcons v Striking Eagles 22-Aug APS u/15 & u/17 Cricket Week Fixtures T20 Meteor Lions v Hurricane Wolves 10h00 Vulcanic Rhinos v Thunderous Cheetahs T22 Ficious Falcons v Striking Eagles 23-Aug APS u/15 & u/17
Last year, APS sponsored a successful U15 tournament and this year they have expanded their reach as they want to keep encouraging and supporting the growth of cricket in Namibia. APS is investing all their efforts in the concept of 'keeping young boys off the streets and keep them from getting involved with the wrong crowds' and also
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
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
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.