The CitiPower Centre at the Junction Oval is the home of cricket in Victoria. It's also the head office location of Cricket Victoria.
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The ICC T20 World Cup 2020 has launched a national schools program, freely available to every one of the more than 9000 schools across the country, and aligned to the Australian Curriculum.
Cricket Victoria has confirmed the appointment of current Cricket Tasmania CEO Nick Cummins to the new role of General Manager W/BBL, Commercial and Marketing at Cricket Victoria.
Cricket Victoria has announced the final 14-player Country and Metro squads who will compete at this year’s Under-17 National Championships in Mackay, Queensland.
Cricket Victoria has announced a $175,000 investment into the $6 million Coburg City Oval Redevelopment in partnership with Moreland City Council, Victorian State Government and AFL Victoria.
Indigenous health is at the forefront of Cricket Victoria’s new partnership with Deadly Choices as Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades players donned special health check jerseys to launch Deadly Choices’ first ever summer sporting partnership.
Cricket Australia today announced the direction for the inclusion of transgender and gender diverse people in elite and community cricket.
The Victorian cricket community is set to benefit from more than $1.3 million committed to infrastructure projects through the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF).
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