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International cricket delivered more than $114 million in economic benefit to Victoria in the 2017-18 season, reinforcing the state’s position as Australia’s sporting capital
Victoria were too good for ACT in the Grand Final of the U12 Boys School Sports Australia Championship, winning by 10 wickets. Oliver Peake and Archie Flynn eased Victoria to victory with two impressive performances with the bat.
Cricket Victoria, Eastern Cricket Association (ECA), Box Hill Reporter District Cricket Association (BHRDCA) and Ringwood District Cricket Association (RDCA) have signed a Heads of Agreement to move forward in discussions on a single governing structure for cricket administration in Melbourne’s
A dream training opportunity with the Melbourne Stars or Melbourne Renegades this summer will come true for two Under-18 players as part of the new Youth Premier League (YPL) competition.
Cricket Victoria supports 92 clubs through the Community Cricket Grants Program by providing over $200,000 worth of funding.
Haileybury cruise through T20 tournament to defeat Penleigh & Essendon Grammar to win Premier Schools Shield.
Cricket Australia, in partnership with the Victorian Government, has announced a free, three-day festival to coincide with the 2018 Domain Boxing Day Test
Victoria holds top spot with three wins on the back of strong seasons from Scott Boland, Chris Tremain and Marcus Harris.
The Girls Leadership Forum was a huge success, helping over 120 Year 7 & 8 girls develop life skills in confidence, resilience and leadership.
Western Australia have held off Victoria's bowling attack to secure a draw late on Day 4 of the JLT Sheffield Shield clash at the MCG.
Cricket Victoria has received the sad news that former Victorian and Australian Test fast bowler Colin Guest has passed away aged 81.
Victoria is set to welcome a number of returning players in the squad of 12 for this week's JLT Sheffield Shield match at the MCG against Western Australia.
Australian ICC World T20 winners Sophie Molineux, Georgia Wareham and Tayla Vlaeminck will join Melbourne Stars century maker Lizelle Lee among a host of headline players involved in tonight's opening round of the Women’s Premier T20 fixtures.
Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) are pleased to announce they will host an Under-13 junior girls and boys carnival in January 2019.
The Rebel WBBL Opening Weekend provided a fantastic opportunity for budding young female cricketers, from across Victoria, to experience the action up close and meet some of their WBBL heroes.
The Victorian women’s team have put true teamwork into practice, raising almost $5,000 to support travel costs for the School Sport Victoria (SSV) 12 and Under girls cricket team to get to the national championships Bunbury, WA next week.
Today marks International Day for People with a Disability, a day which helps break down disability barriers and celebrate all abilities.
Queensland's Joe Burns and Charlie Hemphrey finish unbeaten as Queensland chase down the small victory target for their first win of the season, and Victoria's first defeat.
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