Johan Muller, the CEO of Cricket Namibia, said that it is pleasing to see how the sport has been growing over the last three years.

While the Richelieu Eagles have become a proper T20 side and their 50 overs format coming together, the Capricorn Eagles have also seen their stoke rise over the past two years.

The Capricorn Eagles have been involved in many tours and series both domestically and internationally, something Muller says has been pleasing for the eye.

Such has been the growth of the women's game that Cricket Namibia will reward the Capricorn Eagles.

Away from the Richelieu and Capricorn Eagles, the national Men's Under 19 side, the Walvis Bay Salt Eagles, recently competed at the ICC Men's U19 Cricket World Cup in South Africa.

With all these achievements, Muller said that improving their facilities is with a bigger goal in mind.

Muller said that Cricket Namibia is lucky to have a board that allows them to do their job while they support them 100%.

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Wesley Vries