Despite footballers running across soggy centre squares on ovals all over Melbourne, right now there is a great conversation going on regarding the structure of grassroots cricket in our city.
At the age of 69 and a resume that includes an extensive playing career with Rosebud, Gembrook, Moorabbin and Tasmania as well as several years umpiring in the Wimmera Mallee Cricket Association, Barry Johnson could be forgiven for wanting to hang up his cricket commitments.
Located between Geelong and Ballarat, the small country town of Elaine is beating the odds, overcoming a drought of club cricket that lasted 12 years.
The future of Victorian cricket is in good hands with the emergence of two exciting all-rounders.
The rising stars of Victorian spin stocks will test their skills against the best tweakers in the country at the Cricket Australia Spin Camp at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane next week.
Coaches from across Victoria gathered at Deakin University to gain valuable insights and develop their knowledge at the All Abilities Coaching Seminar.
Cricket Victoria today welcomed the Andrews Government's announcement of major investment in Victorian cricket, community and events through the 2015-16 Victorian Budget.
The Victorian Blind Cricket Association (VBCA) is looking to engage with the wider community through the Let's Get Physical program.
The Harmony 8s School Cup competition offers students the opportunity to get out of the classroom and onto the ovals.
The Grand United Cricket Club (GUCC) continues to embody the Harmony in Cricket philosophy by promoting a welcoming a safe environment.