The schools committee structure is introduced to work better with all schools, streamline communication and administration processes, involve schools in decision making and administer regional trials.
The basic structure entails: The country will be divided into four (4) regions (Coastal, North, Central and South-East). Each region will have an Ashburton Mini-Cricket, Primary Schools and High Schools Committee. Every cricket playing school must have a representative on each of these committees. Each committee determine their own chairperson. The Chairperson of each Regional Committee will serve on a National Committee with Cricket Namibia.
|Ashburton Mini Cricket||Carmin Liebenberg||[email protected]||081 292 9226||Moria - Outjo|
|Primary School Cricket||Wayne Liebenberg||[email protected]||081 127 4225||Agri College - Grootfontein|
|High School Cricket||Bakkies Grobbelaar||[email protected]||081 275 3045||Tsumeb Gymnasium|
|National representative||Wilhelm Tuhafeni||[email protected]||081 882 4169||Cricket Namibia|
|Ashburton Mini Cricket||Jurie Engelbrecht||[email protected]||081 459 2102||Pro-Ed Swakopmund|
|Primary School Cricket||Llewellyn Manale||[email protected]||081 712 6163||Dolphins - Walvis Bay|
|High School Cricket||Morné Rust||[email protected]||081 128 8123||WBPHS - Walvis Bay|
|National representative||Waynand Viljoen||[email protected]||081 447 1837||Walvis Bay Primary School|
|Ashburton Mini Cricket||JP Archer||[email protected]||081 390 3804||Parkies - WHK|
|Primary School Cricket||Eveleen Getzen||[email protected]||081 307 9565||St George's - WHK|
|High School Cricket||Jasper Engelbrecht||[email protected]||081 209 7111||WAP - WHK|
|National representative||Mauritz Thirion||[email protected]||081 592 7354||Whk Gymnasium - WHK|
Cricket Namibia’s aim is to assist schools through pro-active planning, high level administration, capacity development of their staff and infrastructure development in order to increase playing opportunity of all learners and schools and believe that this structure will lead to the intended consequence.