Archive - Aug 6, 2012
Picking two qualifiers from Group D of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2012 seems to be an uphill task as Sri Lanka, South Africa and Bangladesh are fully capable and prepared to play in the Super League stage while Namibia can turn out to be the surprise package of the event which will run from 11 to 26 August in Queensland, Australia.
Group D matches will be played in Brisbane and on the opening day, Sri Lanka will take on Bangladesh at the Allan Border Field.
Namibia’s Minister of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture Kazenambo Kazenambo has called on Namibians to celebrate the fact that they are competing at the Olympics and not to put unrealistic pressure on the athletes.
Speaking on Saturday, at the Royal Artillery Barracks where Gaby Ahrens came 22nd in the Women’s Olympic Trap qualification round, Kazenambo said that Namibia should learn from the Games.