NAMIBIA maintained their unbeaten start to the season when they thrashed Boland by an innings and 54 runs in their Sunfoil 3-Day Cup match on Saturday.
Namibia scored a massive 531 for eight wickets declared in their first innings and then dismissed Boland for 362 and 115 to complete a great
LOG-LEADERS - Namibia will hope to extend their unbeaten run in the Sunfoil 3-Day Cup series when they host Boland at the Wanderers ground starting on Thursday.
Namibia have got off to a great start this season, winning their opening two matches against Northern Cape and Easterns, and currently lead the
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Namibia vs Boland
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Namibia vs Gauteng
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11 to 14 Jan '18
Eastern Province vs Namibia
18 to 21 Jan '18
Border vs Namibia
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Namibia vs Free State
15 to 18 March '18
KwaZulu-Natal Inland vs Namibia
The Namibian senior men's team has just scooped another win for Namibia against Easterns over the weekend.
The Namibian men played against Easterns over the weekend in the SunFoil 3-Day challenge from the 19th-21st October 2017 and the CSA Provinical One-day challenge on the 22nd October 2017. Namibia put up a
The Namibian men played against Northern Cape Last weekend and performed well. Winning the Sunfoil 3-day Cup by beating Northern Cape by 7 wickets but falling short in the CSA Provincial One day Challenge where Northern Cape beat Namibia by 1 wicket.
The past weekend was also a highlight for Two
NAMIBIA got their Sunfoil 3-Day Cup campaign off to a great start when they beat Northern Cape by seven wickets on Saturday.
Northern Cape had taken a slight lead on the first innings and set Namibia a daunting victory target of 260 off only 60 overs, but a huge partnership by
Cricket Namibia is proud to announce the Franchise T20 2017, the first of its kind.
The franchise will be taking place right here in Windhoek as from the 30th September 2017 and the final will take place on the 1st October 2017. The franchise will feature a mixture of premier league
NAMIBIA chased down a big victory target to beat UAE in their final World Cricket League 50-over match on Saturday, but with both countries rooted to the bottom of the log, they have both been relegated to World Cricket League Division 2.
It was a fine response from Namibia who were
UAE 269 (Mufti 110, Shahzad 40, Smit 4-37, Burger 3-44) and 157 (Suri 41, Williams 5-22) beat Namibia 212 (Erasmus 78*, Raza 6-61) and 180 (Williams 48, Mustafa 3-38, Raza 2-45) by 34 runs
Left-arm spinner Ahmed Raza's match haul of eight wickets helped UAE wrap up a 34-run victory over
THE ICC Intercontinental Cup match between Namibia and UAE was delicately poised at stumps on the second day, with UAE holding an overall lead of 173 runs with four wickets in hand. (Day 1&2)
The UAE took a 57-run lead on the first innings, first scoring 269 all out and then