Cricketers primed for success

MEMBERS of Namibia's national cricket team received their national blazers at a capping ceremony on Monday night ahead of the World Cricket League Division 2 tournament that starts in Windhoek on Saturday. Besides Namibia, five of the world's top Associate Member Countries will compete at the tournament, namely the United States,

National Team Capping

The Men’s Team held its Capping Ceremony on Monday, preparing them for the ICC World Cricket League 2 which will be hosted in Namibia from 20 – 27 April 2019. The ceremony was special as there was an open discussion with members of the 2003 World Cup team, whereby the

Wanderers win 50-over title

WANDERERS won the Cricket Premier League 50-over title with a comprehensive seven-wicket victory against Windhoek High School Old Boys on Saturday. Playing at the United field, Old Boys batted first and scored a competitive 199 all out, but Wanderers had little difficulty in chasing down the target for the loss of

Namibians feature prominently in individual awards

NAMIBIAN players featured prominently in the individual awards of the u19 Africa Cricket World Cup Qualifier which Namibia hosted last week. Namibian captain Divan La Cock won the batsman of the tournament award, while team mate Mauritius Ngupita won the bowler of the tournament award. Namibia, however, missed out on a spot