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.
Ladies and Girls from the age of 9 and above, you are all invited to be our guests for a day of Cricket and Fun. The organisers, the National Women's team and their Coaches are keen to meet and mingle with you, while teaching you the basics of the game
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
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.
A great start to the new year as the Namibian women go up against the Zimbabwe women.
The two teams meet again after their last encounter during the ICC Women's World T20 Africa Qualifiers, where Namibia ended up in Fifth position and Zimbabwe in second position.
Zimbabwe Women’s Tour to Namibia commenced
Uganda scored a sensational three-wicket victory against Zimbabwe to win the ICC Women's World T20 Africa Qualifier in Windhoek on Saturday afternoon.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, Zimbabwe scored 99/7, while Uganda reached the winning target with seven wickets down and three balls to spare. Uganda came into
Positions are about to change.
Namibia face off against Kenya at 10:00 and Zimbabwe face off against Uganda for the top spot on the log.
NAMIBIA beat Tanzania by six wickets to keep their hopes alive in the ICC World Women's T20 African Qualifier in Windhoek on Tuesday.
In a thrilling match, Tanzania scored 102 runs for five wickets in their 20 overs and despite losing some early wickets, Namibia kept their nerve to reach the
The tournament that has been long anticipated and waited on has finally arrived . Tomorrow the tournament kicks off.
The tournament will run as from the 8th - 16th September 2017.