The Annual T20 Coastal Social Cricket League was first founded in 2010 by John Heynes (founder of JCCA, previously known as JCCS) who is now Cricket Namibia’s Operations Manager. From the social league’s inception in 2010 to 2016 EBH remained the main sponsor and had naming rights, as league was
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With the continuous growth and development of girls and women’s cricket in Namibia, Outjo hosted the first ever hardball junior girls cricket development festival recently as part of Outjo initiative to encourge more girls to play crcket, the festival was hosted for three days as from the 02 to the
"We are committed to growing the game and T20 is the vehicle through which we’ll do this," said ICC Chief Executive David Richardson.
On the final day of a week of ICC meetings in Kolkata, the ICC Board today gave the green light to all Twenty20 matches between Members being awarded
The Namibian women's team is days away from heading to Zimbabwe to take part in the Zimbabwe women's T20 challenge. The tournament was brought about purely to promote women's cricket in Africa as a region and to exercise the participants of the recent ICC Africa Women’s T20 Qualifiers that took
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.
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,
WANDERERS comfortably won the Namibian 50-overs Cricket Premier League final after beating CCD Tigers by six wickets on Saturday.
Tigers, batting first, were all out for 153 runs which was never going to trouble Wanderers who reached the winning target for the loss of only four wickets with six overs in
NAMIBIA were in deep trouble on the opening day of their Sunfoil 3-Day Cup final against Kwazulu Natal at Kingsmead in Durban on Thursday when the hosts took a first innings lead with 10 wickets in hand.
After being put in to bat, Namibia were skittled out for 132, and at
Namibia head to the Finals!!!
Namibian cricket history has been rewritten and Namibia has qualified for the CSA Sunfoil 3day Cup FINAL. The Namibian senior mens team will play against KwaZulu-Natal in a bid to be crowed champions.
Namibia have finished at the top of pool B, ahead of Free State, KZN