Namibia beat Papua New Guinea by 49 runs in Malahide on Saturday (July 18) to make for an enticing climax to Group A on Sunday. The resul...
It rained fours and sixes at the Clontarf Cricket Club in Dublin as Namibia beat Jersey by nine wickets in a high-scoring clash on Fri...
The first recorded history of cricket being played in the then South West Africa region was during the first World War in the Okonjande prisoner of war camp near Otjiwarongo. However, photographs exist of cricket being played in Windhoek as early as 1909, when Namibia was very much a German colony. The South West Africa Cricket Union was formed in 1930 and the first organised matches were then played.Read More
On Saturday, 1 October 2011 Cricket Namibia in partnership with UNICEF and MTC presented and released the all Namibian and first ever Kwata Cricket Coaching Guide at Wanderers Sport Field at the same time that Namibia and Scotland were playing two international 20 over cricket matches.Read More
Cricket Namibia has an active school league programme in the Central and Eastern regions. This takes place at the U13 and U15 level with eight schools competing against each other. Cricket Namibia age group teams participated in the Cricket South Africa tournaments during December 2008. The teams that participated were the U11, U13, U15, U17 and U19 levels.Read More
Cricket Namibia has a strong association with Cricket South Africa, which helps meet its commitment to develop cricket in Africa by allowing Namibia to participate in the amateur South African Airways three-day and one-day provincial tournament. This allows Cricket Namibia to develop players at a far higher level than it would have the opportunity to do so.Read More
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