What has been happening in Cricket?
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 Annual junior cricket festival caters for the U11 and U13 age groups, the tournament has been hosted every year in August for past 20 years, this year will be no different. This tournament was previously also known as the Spur Week and the sponsorship was taken over by the
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.
“No child should grow up alone”
That is the motto that touched our hearts, no child is to be blamed for any miss fortunes suffered by their parents. As the saying goes it takes a whole village to raise a child, are you included? Well we are!
In the spirit of giving
Tsumeb Gymnasium Private School Girls u/13 Cricket Festival
Outjo u13 girls cricket team toured for the very FIRST time since the development of girls cricket started in March 2017. The festival took place as from the 22nd to the 23rd October 2017, a total of 13 girls made their way to
Junior Aged Group Cricket series is about to kick off. Momentum is still the main sponsor of the event but there are also external entities that are contributing to this series. The annual momentum week is set to take off on the 28th August 2017 to the 2 September 2017,
Hickory Creek Spur T20 SCL
The Annual T20 Coastal Social Cricket League came to life in 2010 and was organized by John Heynes, founder of JCCA, previously known as JCCS and Gavin Brasler EBH representative. EBH played an instrumental role from 2010 to 2016 as the founding sponsor of the previously
The Zimbabwe "A" team come to Namibia for a 7-day visit, where they will play 4 ODI's during their visit to Namibia. This visit will be used to assess how far the Namibian National Senior men's team have come in preparation for the ICC I CUP that is taking place
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