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Noogal Toengorrt Tani

Noogal Toengorrt Tani Development Squad - seeking cricketers now!

Cricket Victoria is seeking cricketers of Indigenous heritage for winter training at the MCG on Wednesday, July 1, at 12.30pm.

We have opportunities for 15 and 16 year old club cricketers to travel to the Kevin Pietersen Academy in Dubai in November - all expenses covered. Any interested cricketers must attend this session.

Any players that want to trial for the Victorian Indigenous men's and women's cricket team, should attend this training session.

We are also seeking Indigenous cricketers for the 2015-16 Melbourne Stars community rookie.

Male and female cricketers of all ages are welcome.

For security access, you must register at:

If you are bringing a group, please contact Andrew Warrick at Cricket Victoria on 9653 1100.

Download the poster with more information below.


 Noogal Toengorrt Tani Cricket Program

Noogal Toengorrt Tani is Cricket Victoria's (CV) Indigenous Cricket Program designed to provide participation and development opportunities for Indigenous Australians to participate in cricket.

Indigenous Australians claim strong roots to international cricket, as the first Australian cricket team to tour England in 1868 was all-Aboriginal.

CV offers school and community clinics, grants for cricket clubs, winter development squads and representative opportunities in the Imparja Cup - Australia's national Indigenous cricket tournament.

Noogal Toengorrt Tani - the name and logo.

Respected Wurundjeri elder, Aunty Joy Wandin-Murphy was invited by Cricket Victoria to name the Indigenous cricket program.

Aunty Joy based the name on Woirwurrung words for 'belong' - Noogal and 'success/win' - Toengorrt Tani.

It is pronounced Noo-gal Too-en-gort Tarn-e.

Indigenous artist Treahna Hamm designed the logo to represent Victorian Indigenous cricketers.
This is a logo that can be owned and worn by any indigenous cricketer in Victoria.

The design is linked to the members of the 1868 Australian team, composed of Aboriginal men from Western Victoria that toured England.

The design also includes the seam of a cricket ball along the Aboriginal flag.

Victorian Indigenous Cricket Advisory Committee

Victorian Indigenous Cricket Advisory Committee (VICAC) has been established to advise CV management on matters relating to the creation, establishment and maintenance of Indigenous cricket programs in Victoria.

The committee aims to represent stakeholders of Indigenous cricket and communities around Victoria. VICAC representative also represent on Cricket Australia's national committee.

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