Namibia Sport Fixtures

Nigeria and Rwanda in action at the ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier in Windhoek. Photo: Helge Schutz

Cricket and football are top of the list for this weekend’s sport in Namibia.

The ICC T20 WorldCup Africa qualifier is in full swing in Windhoek with matches scheduled throughout the weekend, while the Debmarine Namibia Premiership continues with Rounds 10 and 11 throughout Namibia.

On Saturday, the MTC Netball Premier League play-offs take place at United, while the Nedbank Namibian National XCM Championships take place at Farm Windhoek.

The weekend fixtures are as follows:

Friday, 24 November 

ICC Africa T20 World Cup Qualifier 

09h30: Nigeria v Rwanda, Wanderers 

14h30: Namibia v Uganda, Wanderers 

Debmarine Namibia Premiership 

16h00: FC Ongos v Okahandja United, Independence Stadium 

18h00: K Nampol v M Gunners, Independence Stadium 

Saturday, 25 November

Nedbank Namibian National XCM Championships

06h20: IJG Trails, Farm Windhoek

ICC Africa T20 World Cup Qualifier 

09h30: Kenya v Tanzania, Wanderers

14h30: Namibia v Rwanda, Wanderers 

10h00: MTC Netball Premier League Playoffs @ United Courts

Debmarine Namibia Premiership 

14h00: Civics v Okakarara YW, Independence Stadium 

16h00: Tigers v Julinho, Independence Stadium 

16h00: Young Brazilians v E Chula Chula, Keetmasnshoop Stadium 

16h00: Young African v Blue Waters, Legare Stadium 

16h00: African Stars v Life Fighters, Nau-Aib Stadium 

Sunday, 26 November 

ICC Africa T20 World Cup Qualifier 

09h30: Zimbabwe v Uganda, United 

14h30: Tanzania v Nigeria, United 

Debmarine Namibia Premiership 

14h00: Civics v Julinho, Independence Stadium 

15h00: FC Ongos v Blue Waters, Nau-Aib Stadium 

15h00: Young African v Okahandja United, Legare Stadium 

16h00: Khomas Nampol v E Chula Chula, Independence Stadium 

16h00: Young Brazilians v Mighty Gunners, Keetmanshoop Stadium 

17h00: African Stars v Unam, Nau-Aib Stadium 

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