For the first time, an Indigenous round has been included in the Premier Cricket playing schedule to acknowledge the significant contribution Indigenous cricketers have made to our community and our playing history.
Cricket Victoria is proud to have offered the Year 7 and 8 school girls forum again this year. The forum, held recently, saw 130 enthusiastic and aspiring female leaders from schools across the state attend.
The Community Cricket Program: On Common Ground continues to deliver directly to grassroots cricket as the Victorian Government, Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia announce almost $250,000 for cricket clubs across Victoria.
The new agreement will see the Cricketers Arms craft beer enjoyed across a range of Cricket Victoria events during the busy cricket season.
Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley today launched Absolutely Everyone: State Disability Plan 2017-2020 at the Victorian Blind Cricket Association's Twenty20 cricket match between the Renegades and the Stars.
Cricket Victoria has partnered with Greater Shepparton City Council to provide greater opportunity and access to community cricket in the region.
Cricket Victoria is proud to announce that BlueQ have come on board as a new Supplier to grassroots cricket associations and clubs to assist with Qualification Management and Compliance.
Former Australian cricketer and commentator Mel Jones is among the faces of the Victorian Government's new campaign taking action to help more women and girls earn sports leadership roles.
This weekend's opening round of Premier Twenty20s is set to be the perfect appetizer to this summer's Big Bash League, as some of the game's biggest names will feature on grounds across suburban Melbourne.
The Cricket Southern Bayside competition will break new ground this weekend, believed to be the first community cricket league to host a pink ball two day fixture over consecutive Saturdays 26 November and 3 December.