Namibia national cricket team

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Namibia
Logo of Namibia Cricket.png
Cricket Namibia logo
Nickname(s)Eagles[1]
AssociationCricket Namibia
Personnel
CaptainGerhard Erasmus
CoachPierre de Bruyn
International Cricket Council
ICC statusAssociate Member with ODI status (1992)
ICC regionAfrica
ICC Rankings Current[2] Best-ever
ODI 19th 15th (9-Jan-2020)
T20I 19th 19th (10-Oct-2019)
One Day Internationals
First ODIv.  Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club, Harare; 10 February 2003
Last ODIv.  United Arab Emirates at Oman Cricket Academy, Al Amarat; 9 January 2020
ODIs Played Won/Lost
Total[3] 14 5/9
(0 ties, 0 no result)
This year[4] 0 0/0
(0 ties, 0 no result)
World Cup appearances1 (first in 2003)
Best resultFirst round (2003)
World Cup Qualifier appearances6 (first in 1994)
Best resultRunner-up (2001)
Twenty20 Internationals
First T20Iv.  Ghana at Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala; 20 May 2019
Last T20Iv.  Netherlands at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi; 20 October 2021
T20Is Played Won/Lost
Total[5] 24 19/5
(0 ties, 0 no result)
This year[6] 8 7/1
(0 ties, 0 no result)
T20 World Cup Qualifier appearances3 (first in 2012)
Best result3rd (2012)
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ODI and T20I kit

As of 20 October 2021

The Namibia national cricket team is the men's team that represents the Republic of Namibia and is governed by Cricket Namibia, an Associate Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1992,[7] and became part of the High Performance Program in 2007.[8] They took part in the 2003 Cricket World Cup in South Africa, though they lost all their games.[9] They have played in each edition of the ICC Intercontinental Cup.

History[edit]

The earliest instance of cricket played in Windhoek dates back to 1909 when South West Africa was very much a German colony.[10] During the First world war (1914), South African troops opened assault in the region. A game of cricket was recorded in the Okonjande prisoner of war camp near Otjiwarongo.[11] South Africa captured South West Africa following Germany's defeat. It came under the League of Nations mandate in the Union of South Africa.

Following this, cricket was regularly played in the Western Province. The South West Africa Cricket Union was formed in 1930 and the first organised matches were played in the region.[12] South West Africa began playing in the South African Country Cricket Association's annual competition in the 1961-62 season.[13]

South West Africa (1961–1989)[edit]

South West Africa competed in the South African Country Cricket Association's annual competition between 1961 and 1989.[14] In 1966, the Namibian war of Independence was launched by the People's Liberation Army of Namibia, an armed wing of SWAPO. South West African rebels welcomed the sporting boycott of the South African apartheid regime and showed their support for the "Stop the seventy tour" campaign.

South West Africa played their last domestic season in South Africa in January 1989. In April, PLAN launched its final guerrilla campaign and the South West Africa Cricket Union severed their ties with the South African Cricket Board (SACB).

In November 1989, a Namibian team toured Botswana and played their first international fixture,[15] although the Namibian Cricket Board were not affiliated to the International Cricket Council until 1992.

Initial years[edit]

After the Botswana tour, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club visited Namibia in March 1990, taking part in the Independence Day celebrations.[16] This was followed by a visit from The Netherlands in April.[17] Before the formation of the African Cricket Association, the SCSA Zone VI cricket federation was formed after two schoolboy cricket tours between Namibia and Botswana in 1989 and 1990.[18] The inaugural ACA tournament was held in Windhoek in September 1991, with Zambia, Malawi, Namibia, Lesotho and Botswana playing as well as an Oxford University Cricket Club side.[19]

2003 World Cup[edit]

The road to the 2003 Cricket World Cup started with the 2001 ICC Trophy in Canada. Namibia reached the final at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club, losing to the Netherlands, but still qualifying for their first World Cup.[20] Namibia then hosted the ICC 6 Nations Challenge in April 2002, finishing fourth[21] and had a disappointing Africa Cup campaign that September, finishing fourth in their group and beating only Tanzania, [22] before losing four matches against Zimbabwe A a few weeks later.[23] A tour of Kenya was more successful, as Namibia beat Kenya in a four match one-day series.[24] Following this, Namibia took part in the top level of South African domestic one-day cricket, the Standard Bank Cup, but lost all five of their games.[25] Bangladesh toured in January 2003, winning the five match one-day series 4–1.[26]

The World Cup itself started on 10 February 2003 in Harare with Zimbabwe beating Namibia by 86 runs in Namibia's debut One Day International (ODI).[27]

10 February 2003
Scorecard
Zimbabwe 
340/2 (50 overs)
v
 Namibia
104/5 (25.1 overs)
Zimbabwe won by 86 runs (D/L)
Harare Sports Club, Harare, Zimbabwe
  • First ODI match for Namibia

They went on to lose to Pakistan by 171 runs,[28] before a 55 run defeat at the hands of England in which Namibia performed with some credit, Jan-Berrie Burger winning the man of the match award for his innings of 85 runs that came close to helping the side pull off an unlikely upset.[29] They then lost by 181 runs to India[30] and by 256 runs against Australia,[31] the eventual winners of the tournament,[9] in what at the time was the biggest winning margin in One Day Internationals.[32] The tournament finished with a 64 run loss to fellow qualifiers the Netherlands.[33]

After the World Cup[edit]

In August 2003, Zimbabwe A toured Namibia. Namibia won the one-day series 2–1, but lost both three-day games.[34] A return visit to Zimbabwe the following January saw Namibia win a five match one-day series against Zimbabwe A 4–1, also winning a match against Zimbabwe Under-19s.[35] Bangladesh toured Namibia in February, winning all three one-day games and drawing the three-day game.[36] Following this, Namibia travelled to the United Arab Emirates for the 2004 ICC Six Nations Challenge. They finished third on run rate after beating Canada, the Netherlands and the UAE and losing to Scotland and the USA.[37] Namibia played two ICC Intercontinental Cup matches against Kenya and Uganda in 2004, losing them both.[38] In between the two matches, they won an African nations tournament in Zambia.[39] Later in the year, they took part in Zimbabwe's national one-day domestic competition, in which they finished as runners-up.[40] Whilst in Zimbabwe, they won two matches against the national side.[41] This was followed by a visit to Namibia by England, who won both matches.[42]

Zimbabwe A again visited Namibia in early 2005, losing both one-day matches that finished.[43] Pakistan A were the next visitors in April, winning all three one-day matches and drawing in the three-day game.[44] This was followed by their two regional group games in the 2005 ICC Intercontinental Cup. Whilst they were unbeaten, winning against Uganda and drawing against Kenya, this was not enough to qualify for the semi-finals.[45] They then visited Ireland to take part in the 2005 ICC Trophy. They finished 7th after beating Denmark in their final play-off game.[46] Back at home, they hosted New Zealand at the end of July, losing both games,[47] losing by only 29 runs after conceding 330/6.[48] In October of that year, they hosted the semi-finals of the Intercontinental Cup, despite failing to qualify. While the final was being played, they played a two match one-day series against Bermuda after they had been knocked out of the tournament, winning both games, but the games were tarnished by controversial incidents, with the Bermuda team accusing the Namibian team of racist insults, and walking off in the second game when a flurry of bouncers were unleashed at the lower order Bermuda batsmen.[49] The Namibian Cricket Board denied the allegations of racism.[50]

In March 2006, Namibia met Nepal in a challenge match to decide who got the eighth and final spot in the 2006 ICC Intercontinental Cup. The match was drawn, with Namibia getting a first innings lead, thus qualifying them for the main tournament. The main tournament itself started with an innings defeat by Scotland in Aberdeen before a five wicket defeat by Ireland in Dublin, both matches in May.[51] In the 2006-07 South African cricket season, Namibia took part in the second tier of first-class and List A cricket, the South African Airways Challenge. They finished second in their group in the three-day tournament[52] and third in their group in the one-day tournament, missing out on reaching the semi-finals by one win.[53] In the midst of the matches in those tournaments, they played their third and final 2006 Intercontinental Cup match, beating the UAE by an innings.[51] On 1 April 2007, they became part of the ICC's High Performance Program.[8]

In November/December 2007, Namibia hosted Division Two of the World Cricket League where they played against Argentina, Denmark, Oman, the UAE and Uganda. Although Namibia won three of their five group matches, it was not enough for them to progress to the final. Namibia beat Denmark in the third place playoff. On the basis of their top four finish in this tournament, Namibia qualified for the ICC World Cup Qualifier in 2009, the final tournament in qualification for the 2011 World Cup.

Namibia again took part in the second tier of South African domestic cricket between October 2007 and February 2008.[54] They played a 2007-08 ICC Intercontinental Cup match against Canada in October 2007, playing the remaining games against Bermuda, Ireland, Kenya, the Netherlands, Scotland and the UAE in 2008.[55]

Namibia won the 2009–10 ICC Intercontinental Shield defeating the United Arab Emirates by six wickets in Dubai.[56] In 2011 Namibia participated in Division Two and finished as runners-up, on this occasion behind the UAE.[57]

In July 2011, the country competed in the ICC Twenty20 World Cricket League Africa Division One competition in Uganda, winning all eight group matches before succumbing to the hosts in the Final by six wickets.[58] During this tournament, all-rounder Louis van der Westhuizen struck 16 sixes in an innings of 159* against Kenya, as part of a team total of 262/1 from 20 overs.

2018 to present[edit]

In April 2018, the ICC decided to grant full Twenty20 International (T20I) status to all its members. Therefore, all Twenty20 matches played between Namibia and other ICC members since 1 January 2019 have been full T20Is.[59] Namibia's first T20I match was against Ghana on 20 May 2019 in Regional Final of the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

20 May 2019
13:50
Scorecard
Ghana 
91/7 (20 overs)
v
 Namibia
92/1 (10.5 overs)
Simon Ateak 26 (22)
Zhivago Groenewald 3/20 (4 overs)
Stephan Baard 52* (34)
Vincent Ateak 1/27 (3 overs)
Namibia won by 9 wickets
Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala
Umpires: Iknow Chabi (Zim) and Kehinde Olanbiwonnu (Nga)
Player of the match: Stephan Baard (Nam)
  • Namibia won the toss and elected to field.
  • First T20I match for Namibia.

In July 2020, the Namibia Men's team won the ICC Associate Member Men's Performance of the Year award, after gaining One Day International (ODI) status, in the ICC's Annual Development Awards to recognise developing cricketing nations.[60][61]

International grounds[edit]

Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Namibia

Records[edit]

International match summary – Namibia[62][63]

Last updated 20 October 2021

Playing record
Format M W L T D/NR Inaugural match
One-Day Internationals 14 5 9 0 0 10 February 2003
Twenty20 Internationals 24 19 5 0 0 20 May 2019

One-Day Internationals[edit]

ODI record versus other nations[62]

Records complete to ODI #4227. Last updated 9 January 2020.

Opponent M W L D First match First win
Full members
 Australia 1 0 1 0 27 February 2003
 England 1 0 1 0 19 February 2003
 India 1 0 1 0 23 February 2003
 Pakistan 1 0 1 0 16 February 2003
 Zimbabwe 1 0 1 0 10 February 2003
Associate Members
 Netherlands 1 0 1 0 3 March 2003
 Oman 2 2 0 0 27 April 2019 27 April 2019
 Papua New Guinea 2 2 0 0 22 September 2019 22 September 2019
 United Arab Emirates 2 0 2 0 6 January 2020
 United States 2 1 1 0 17 September 2019 20 September 2019

Twenty20 Internationals[edit]

T20I record versus other nations[63]

Records complete to T20I #1327. Last updated 20 October 2021.

Opponent M W L T NR First match First win
Full members
 Ireland 1 0 1 0 0 2 November 2019
 Sri Lanka 1 0 1 0 0 18 October 2021
Associate Members
 Bermuda 1 1 0 0 0 23 October 2019 23 October 2019
 Botswana 5 5 0 0 0 22 May 2019 22 May 2019
 Ghana 1 1 0 0 0 20 May 2019 20 May 2019
 Kenya 1 1 0 0 0 25 October 2019 25 October 2019
 Netherlands 2 1 1 0 0 19 October 2019 20 October 2021
 Oman 1 1 0 0 0 29 October 2019 29 October 2019
 Papua New Guinea 3 1 2 0 0 20 October 2019 10 October 2021
 Scotland 2 2 0 0 0 22 October 2019 22 October 2019
 Singapore 1 1 0 0 0 26 October 2019 26 October 2019
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 0 0 5 October 2021 5 October 2021
 Uganda 4 4 0 0 0 21 May 2019 21 May 2019
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 0 0 5 October 2021 5 October 2021

Tournament history[edit]

ICC Cricket World Cup[edit]

ODI World Cup record
Year Round Position GP W L T NR
England 1975 Not eligible[7]
England 1979
England 1983
India Pakistan 1987
Australia New Zealand 1992
India Pakistan Sri Lanka 1996 Did not qualify
England 1999
South Africa 2003 Group stage 14/14 6 0 6 0 0
West Indies Cricket Board 2007 Did not qualify
India Sri Lanka Bangladesh 2011
Australia New Zealand 2015
England 2019
India 2023 Yet to qualify
Total Group Stage 1/12 6 0 6 0 0

ICC T20 World Cup[edit]

ICC T20 World Cup
Year Round Position GP W L T NR
South Africa 2007 Did not qualify
England 2009 Did not qualify
West Indies Cricket Board 2010 Did not qualify
Sri Lanka 2012 Did not qualify
Bangladesh 2014 Did not qualify
India 2016 Did not qualify
United Arab Emirates Oman 2021 Qualified
Australia 2022 TBD
Total 0 Titles 0/16 0 0 0 0 0

ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier[edit]

Namibia did not play in the ICC Trophy between 1979 and 1990 as they were not a member of the ICC at the time.[7]

ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier[edit]

ICC Intercontinental Cup[edit]

ICC World Cricket League[edit]

ICC 6 Nations Challenge[edit]

Current Team[edit]

Name Age Batting style Bowling style Forms S/N Last FC Last ODI [a] Last T20I
Batsmen
Wicket-keepers
All-rounders
Pace bowlers
Spin bowlers

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Team manager
Head coach Namibia Pierre de Bruyn
Assistant coach South Africa Albie Morkel
Spin bowling coach
Fast bowling coach
Physiotherapist
Trainer
Analyst

Players[edit]

Namibia's squad for 2019 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Qualifier from 18 October – 2 November 2019.[79]

Former players[edit]

NO Name Date of birth Date of death Batting style Bowling style Nationality Duration
Wicket-Keeper Batsman †
† 27 Raymond van Schoor 23 May 1990 20 November 2015(2015-11-20) (aged 25) RHB Right arm fast-medium  Namibia 2007–2015

Overseas/foreign players[edit]

NO Name Age Batting style Bowling style Nationality Duration MAJOR TEAMS
Wicketkeeper
44 Tatenda Taibu (1983-05-14) 14 May 1983 (age 38) RHB Right-arm off-break  Zimbabwe 2006–2007 Zimbabwe
All Rounders
23 Dougie Brown (1969-10-29) 29 October 1969 (age 51) RHB Right arm medium pace  Scotland 2002–2003 Warwickshire CCC
77 Dwaine Pretorius (1989-03-29) 29 March 1989 (age 32) RHB Right arm medium pace  South Africa 2009–2010 Lions
Qasim Sheikh (1984-10-30) 30 October 1984 (age 36) LHB Left arm medium pace  Scotland 2007–2008 Scotland
Bowlers
28 Tony Palladino (1983-06-29) 29 June 1983 (age 38) RHB Right arm medium-fast  England 2009–2010 Derbyshire CCC

Namibians playing overseas[edit]

NO Name Age Batting style Bowling style Nationality Duration Current Team
All-Rounder
4 Christi Viljoen (1987-09-28) 28 September 1987 (age 34) RHB Right arm fast-medium  Namibia  New Zealand 2010–2014 Otago
David Wiese (1985-05-18) 18 May 1985 (age 36) RHB Right Arm Fast-Medium  Namibia  South Africa 2013-2016 South Africa



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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ or last List A if no ODIs played

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Further reading[edit]

  • South African Cricket Annual – various editions
  • Wisden Cricketers' Almanack – various editions
  • Cricket Namibia official site