Nigeria Cricket Federation
The President of the Nigeria Cricket Federation, Uyi Akpata, who is in Kigali, Rwanda, to support the women’s national team, has described the country’s participation
The Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) has reached an agreement with Africa’s leading cricket media organistaion, The Middlestump to stage a virtual cricket series, tagged ‘Africa Cricket Roundtable,’ which will debut today via twitter.
Three members of senior national men’s team, Isaac Okpe, Sylvester Okpe and Sesan Adedeji are in South Africa for a player placement programme sponsored by the Nigeria Cricket federation (NCF) and facilitated by the International Cricket Council (ICC), Africa.
Nigeria Women’s cricket team, yesterday, made it two wins in two matches, defeating Germany in an historic first-ever meeting between the two sides.
The International Cricket Council (ICC), on Monday, named Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), as winner of the Cricket4Good Social Impact Initiative of the year.
It is not every day that countries like Nigeria mark resounding marks in international cricket. It becomes even more astonishing when such marks are so recognised that compilers of the Guinness Book Of World Records find it worthy to enter the global hall of fame.
Following the resignation of Asanka Gurusinha, the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) has reshuffled the portfolio of national coaches to fill the gaps created by the Sri Lankans’ exit
Death struck the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) last week when it lost its oldest staff and former cricketer, Babatunde Elliot, 58, also known as Dealer.
Former Captain, wicket-keeper and batsman, Ademola Onikoyi and Chimezie Onwuzurike are among the top players expected to start training ahead of the country’s upcoming international
Secretary-General of the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), Taiwo Oriss, has said that activities of Federation has been ramped up ahead of the possible outdoor lull that the height of the rainy season will usher in.
As part of its contribution to the over 250,000 new entries target by the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), Ogun State cricket has been boosted by the Abinu Kondoti Foundation, which has supplied
Uganda-born match referee at the recently concluded Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) Women’s T20 Invitational Tournament, John Trust, has said the event will make a well-rounded impact on Nigeria’s Cricket.