Africa T20 Cup 2018/19 Cricket Namibia would like to announce its participation in the 4th edition of the 2018 Africa T20 Cup, scheduled to commence on the 14 September 2018. The tournament is organised by Cricket South Africa. The tournament is organised to kick start the domestic cricket season. In the
In photograph (from left to right) Daneel van der Walt (Exco), Dr Rudie van Vuuren (President), Andre Snyman (Exco), Peter Forster (CEO), Jacques Faul (CEO Titans), Francois Erasmus (ex ICC), Johan Muller (Operations Manager Northerns Cricket Union) Over the weekend of 18 and 19 August 2018 Cricket Namibia hosted Jacques Faul
Cricket Namibia is seeking to employ an outstanding individual with the ambition, commitment and skills to be the full time National Mens Team Coach and High Performance Manager who will be charged with helping achieve Cricket Namibia’s objective of moving the game forward and ensuring that the National Mens Team
The coastal social league has come to an end over this past weekend on the 05 August 2018, the champions have been named and prizes have been received. A big Congratulations to the team that call themselves Fuel Pump Repair Warriors (FPRW) as they are named Champions of the 2018 SPUR T20 Social League. Runner
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
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.
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