Archive - Mar 10, 2010
Cricket Namibia’s Kwata Cricket development programme for young boys and girls was launched at the Wanderers Cricket Ground on Wednesday afternoon. The programme, which is being funded by Unicef Namibia, has been implemented in the Khomas region and has two components: one that serves to introduce young boys and girls, aged between 9 and 12, to the game of mini cricket through regular physical education classes in schools and one that targets young women aged between 13 and 17, to learn the game in an after school setting.
Bermuda have announced their 14-man squad for their cricket tour to South Africa and Namibia, which takes place from March 23 to April 12.
The tour includes a week-long High Performance training camp at the University of Pretoria prior to the team's departure for Namibia, where they will play a four-day Intercontinental Shield game against the hosts from April 2 to 5. Then follow two limited-overs games, on April 7 and 8, and a Twenty20 match on April 10 before the team return home.
The CEO of Cricket Namibia Laurie Pieters talks about the ICC Global Development Programme that Namibia won as well as the Kwata Cricket programme that was launched on March 10, 2010.
Former South African spin bowler Paul Adams being interviewed at the launch of Cricket Namibia's Kwata Cricket programme in collaboration with Unicef.
Namibian boxing promoter Nester Tobias talks about the upcoming Independence Celebrations Boxing Bonanza as well as Paulus the Hitman Moses' WBA lightweight title defence against Miguel Acosta of Venezuela.
Orlando Pirates manager Mario Carreira talks about their Leo NFA Cup Last 16 match against Civics.
Civics manager Paul Stramis talks about their Leo NFA Cup Last 16 Draw against Orlando Pirates.