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The hugely successful Growing Cricket for Girls (GCG) Fund was established by Cricket Australia, in partnership with the Commonwealth Bank, to support the growth and development of girls competitions at community cricket level across Australia.
A pilot program that’s being jointly-funded in Melbourne by Cricket Australia, Cricket Victoria and the City of Stonnington Council could help to solve one of urban Australia’s most perplexing issues; the proper utilisation of junior sport’s dwindling recreational space in
The ten bodies of Australian cricket have today released its first Press for Progress Report, which brings a heightened level of transparency and accountability to cricket's ambition to be Australia's leading sport for women and girls.
As part of our focus on growing the game of cricket for females, we have been working closely with Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria (AGSV) and Associated Public Schools (APS) and established a girls cricket competition, which launched this summer.
Cricket Victoria (CV) has inducted four new Life Members for their service to the administration of the sport.
Cricket Victoria has today embarked on a new 5-year partnership agreement with CitiPower, Powercor and United Energy which includes the naming rights of the new state cricket centre.
Cricket Victoria, in partnership with the Victorian Government and Cricket Australia, today unveiled the new $40 million Victorian Cricket and Community Centre at Junction Oval.
Yarraville Club Cricket Club took out their third successive Division 1 Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association (MAACA) title last weekend, knocking off Croydon Ranges by five wickets.
Today marks the launch of Stocklands 21 Gifts in 21 Days, an initiative that highlights the fantastic work that volunteers, community partners, clubs and associations do for the game and the people involved, whilst also promoting Harmony in Cricket.
The Cricket Australia Women's Youth Selection Panel (WYSP) has today named a 14-player Australian Under-19 squad to travel to South Africa in April to take part in a tri-series with South Africa and England.
The best multicultural cricketers from Victoria and New South Wales converged for a three match series at Preston City Oval on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Victoria Metro have staged a remarkable comeback in the Under-15 National Championships final to overcome NSW Magenta in dramatic fashion.
Cricket Victoria recently commenced its International Student Academy (ISA) program which has been driven through Study Melbourne, Deakin University, Bendigo TAFE and Kangan Institute.
As part of the school strategy, Cricket Victoria has been working closely with Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria (AGSV) and Associated Public Schools (APS) to establish cricket as part of the girls competition.
Cricket Victoria, in partnership with VicHealth and the Melbourne Renegades held its fourth Melbourne Renegades Champions League (MRCL) Twenty20 competition this summer, showcasing Victoria's best South Asian talent in the one place.
Community Cricket Programs: On Common Ground continue to deliver directly to grassroots cricket as the Victorian Government, Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia announce over $250,000 to grassroots cricket clubs across Victoria.
National Indigenous Cricket Captain Dan Christian facilitated a special training session for prisoners from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre who participate in the men's community division of the Imparja Cup.
Victoria's best indigenous men and women will battle it out in the National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC) this week, with the tournament kicking off in Alice Springs today.
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