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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.
Cricket in Victoria is made possible because of the thousands of volunteers, administrators, coaches, umpires and clubs that each have inspirational individuals who dedicate their time to the sport.
Cricket Victoria congratulates the Australian team on their emphatic victory at the ICC WT20 in the West Indies.
Victoria have named a strong 13-player squad looking to continue their undefeated run against Queensland in next week's JLT Sheffield Shield match at the Gabba starting Tuesday.
Cricket Australia has announced the Men’s squad for the opening two Tests of the Domain Test Series v India starting at the Adelaide Oval on December 6.
The Australian Deaf and Hard of Hearing Cricket Team have commenced preparations in India ahead of the 2018 Deaf International Cricket Council T20 World Cup, the first since 2005.
Unbeaten 131-run stand between Seb Gotch and Matt Short after a half-century from Test hopeful Marcus Harris helped down Tasmania on final day.
Big Bash players past and present are among the big names to commit to the new Vic SUPER SLAM which begins on November 25.
Cricket Victoria are thrilled to host the 4th Girls Leadership Forum in Melbourne, this time at our new state-of-the-art facility, the CitiPower Centre.
Australia’s largest national indoor cricket tournament, the Indoor Cricket National Championships, will be held in Victoria in 2019 at Casey Stadium, a brand-new indoor cricket facility in Melbourne’s south-east.
On Saturday 10 November, Cricket Victoria in conjunction with the Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades hosted our first community day at our new home, the CitiPower Centre.
Cricket Victoria will again be sponsoring junior cricket competitions in January, including the Victorian Metropolitan Cricket Union carnival and regional junior country week competitions, by supplying a range of Kookaburra cricket balls to be used throughout these matches.
One change has been made to Victoria's JLT Sheffield Shield squad to face Tasmania from this Saturday at Blundstone Arena.
Victorian all-rounder Molly Strano will lead a new-look Victorian side into Round 2 of their WNCL campaign this weekend.
Cricket Victoria's Leadership Program, which has been focused around female leadership, has now been delivered to all year eight students at Catherine McAuley College following keen interest by students to take part.
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