Sri Lanka Under-19s
Jammu & Kashmir
Raymond van Schoor scored a brilliant century as Namibia defeated Zambia by seven wickets on the second day of the Africa U/19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Benoni, South Africa on Sunday
A 127-run third wicket partnership between Alex Obanda and Prashanth Srinivas steered Kenya to a comfortable five-wicket victory over Namibia on the opening day of the Africa U/19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Benoni, South Africa on Saturday
Following an extensive recruitment process that attracted a large field of international candidates, the International Cricket Council (ICC) Development Program in Africa today announced that Mrs Gail Mackie had been appointed to the position of Africa Pr
Zimbabwe performed exceptionally well and will now join South Africa in Pakistan in the World Cup Qualifier to be played next year
Cricket Kenya, has worked feverishly to prepare for the inaugural Women's Regional World Cup Qualifier, to be played from 8th -10th December 2006
Ben Wicling, along with two other coaches travelled to Zomba where they coached 20 children for 2 weeks through Malawi school Sports.
As per bilateral agreement between government of Mozambique and India, Indian Navy is giving Mozambique coastal protection for all international events held in Mozambique namely, African Union Summit, International Economic Forum etc.etc.
The ICC with the help of SOCGA was very proud to host a Coaching Course and Clinic in Swaziland.
The Lesotho Cricket Association held a very successful Vacation Clinic for 80 children from various parts of Lesotho in Teyateyaneng at Assumption High school.
FeMaCrick hosts a very successful two day course for would be Umpires and Scorers
After the success of the initial two friendly matches played between Lesotho and Mozambique in Maseru, Maputo will now open their doors, and host Lesotho from the 18th - 21st November 2005
The ICC Regional tournament for the Under 15 teams from West Africa, namely, Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone will be played in Accra, Ghana from the 17th - 21st November 2005
Kenya's draw against Bermuda proved sufficient to see them progress to the Final of the ICC Intercontinental Cup in Windhoek, Namibia
Since the formation of the ICC Associate Panel Umpires the need has arisen to provide a platform for umpires to improve themselves and become eligible for consideration of inclusion
After the success of the Namibia Under 19 team in Benoni, the Namibia Under 15 team, showed their skill by being crowned Under 15 Champs for Central and Southern Africa for the second time
One of Vanuatu's most popular accommodation venues was today announced as the official accommodation supplier for the EAP Cricket Cup to be held in Port Vila from 23-29 September 2005, which will see teams from Cook Islands, Indonesia, Japan, Samoa, Tonga
Botswana and Namibia faced off today at the Wanderers Ground. Namibia won the toss and elected to bat and scored 291 in their 40 overs
Namibia bowled Mozambique all out for 48 in 21.4 overs with Bernard Scholtz getting figures of 4 for 19 in 7, earning him the Man of the Match Award. The only Mozambican to reach double figures was Akash Ramniklal
Nadeem Tajbhay (Botswana) demonstrated his bowling skill with 7 for 9 in 6.5 overs that saw none of the Lesotho players reach double figures.
The Botswana Under 15 team batted first and amassed a total of 404 /3 in their allotted 40 overs. Openers Shabier Elyas and Deelan Ramjee scored 153 from 135 balls and 135 from 82 balls respectively, and comfortably put Botswana in the drivers seat
Showing 1 - 20 of 54