Namibia Postpones Cricket Series Due to Covid-19

The Cricket World Cup Division 2 series which Namibia was billed to compete in Spain next month has been postponed to next year due to the worsening Covid-19 situation in Namibia.

The International Cricket Council recently announced that the series involving Scotland, Namibia and Nepal had been postponed due to the worsening situation in Namibia, where rising Covid-19 cases have impacted training preparations and the tightening of restrictions have reduced travel options.

This series which forms part of League 2, which is two steps away from the Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 has been postponed to July 2022, after exploring options to also stage the event in Spain this summer which became infeasible. Namibia’s national coach Pierre de Bruyn, on Wednesday declared it a big disappointment.

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