Nigeria/Sierra Leone bilateral series, old titans clash in renewed rivalry

The Nigeria/Sierra Leone Bilateral series is an age long relationship that presents the fiercest Cricket rivalry in the entire North/West Africa region. In the late 70’s, 80’s 90’s and early 21st century, this rivalry had always surpassed expectations with nail biting finishes to each game which would leave fans of ... More

Nigeria Cricket Federation Board Inaugurated, Work begins

The Honorable Minister, Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development (FMYSD) Chief Sunday Dare, on Friday 8th October 2021 inaugurated the various Sport Federation Boards that will be piloting the affairs of the sport for the next Olympic circle. After a successful Cricket election, members of the Board were present ... More

New Board members emerge as Federation Elections concludes across the country

When the Olympics comes to a conclusion every 4 years, the glamour and excitement gradually withers as Athletes, Administrators and fans wake up to the inevitable reality that awaits them when they return home. The National Sport Federation Elections usually signals the end of a journey and the beginning of another. ... More

Sesan Adedeji wins man of the series with 2 half centuries for Nigeria

Nigeria's Sesan Adedeji becomes was names man of the series after excellent performances with the bat against Uganda and Kenya in the International Invitational tri-series in Kampala. Sesan was a class above everyone as his bating prowess was delightful to watch after accumulating the highest number of runs in the tourna... More

National Under-19 team arrives Zimbabwe for pre tournament tour

DREAM TEAM 2. Nigeria National Under-19 Cricket Team AKA "Junior Yellow Greens" arrive Zimbabwe for pre-tournament in preparation for the ICC Under-19 World Cup Africa Qualifier taking place in Rwanda from the 27th September to 7th October 2021. The team had their first warm up session together as they ... More

Nigeria beats Kenya in match 5 with a much improved performance

Kenya vs Nigeria (Match 5) Nigeria had a final chance to show their true credentials in the last match of the tri series as they battled Kenya for pride and bragging rights. Nigeria won the toss and elected to bat first. The match seemed like De Ja Vu again with not the ideal start that we had hoped ... More

Female Yellow Greens lose to to Uganda in Bizarre circumstance

Nigeria Women’s team was looking to bounce back from the defeat against Namibia in their 3rd match against Uganda to salvage any hope of qualifying for the semi-final in Group B. Uganda won the toss and elected to bat first, scoring a total of 104 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs. Nigeria’s ... More

Kenya and Uganda humble Nigeria as tri-series begins in Kampala

KENYA vs NIGERIA (Men’s Tri Series, Uganda) Nigeria played her first match against Kenya at the ongoing international invitational tri-series in Uganda. Nigeria won the toss and elected to bat first. Nigeria maintained a 5 runs per over ration to sit comfortably at 50 runs after 10 overs. Runs rate ... More

Hard Work Pays, The story of a noiseless grassroots cricket supporter.

We may be wondering why the heading of this piece is centered on *Hard Work* and *Grassroots* of our dear game. Cricket development is a collective responsibility for us in this unique family naturally because of what we have gained from the sport and how it has helped shaped our lives to become responsible and reputable ... More

Female Yellow Greens set for world cup qualifier tourney in Botswana

The Nigeria National Women’s Cricket team A.K.A ‘Female Yellow Greens’ are set to depart the shores of country in a quest to qualify for the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2022. The Ladies that have been camped in Benin City, Edo State for the last 6 weeks will be in the shape of their lives when they play against ... More