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Victoria’s Men’s and Women’s teams will play a combined 17 matches and compete for three titles in eight weeks as the 2020/21 season reaches its concluding stages.
Victoria will open its Women’s National Cricket League season against New South Wales tomorrow at the CitiPower Centre, Junction Oval.
Cricket Victoria has confirmed that next week’s WNCL matches at the CitiPower Centre will be closed to the public.
Former Australian fast-bowler and one of the most recognisable characters in world cricket, Merv Hughes, has been inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.
February marks Proud Cricket month in which Cricket Victoria celebrates LGBTIQ+ inclusion and diversity in cricket.
A launch to celebrate the life of Fitzroy and Victorian cricket legend Jack Potter is being held at Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club on Friday 26 February 2021 from 12 noon.
Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund – Now Open in Victoria, Mental Health First Aid Training Opportunity, Show us your pride during Proud Cricket Month, Play By The Rules - Creating an LGBTI+ Inclusive Club, A Sport For All Awards – Now
To ensure we appropriately recognise volunteers for their contribution to Victorian cricket, we have created the new Cricket Victoria Community Cricket Awards
Victorian public health officials have advised that the upcoming Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades matches will be capped at 15,000 fans at the MCG and Marvel Stadium respectively.
The number of clubs and the value of grants issued under the CitiPower and Cricket Victoria canteen grants program has increased in the latest round of applications after a tough year for fundraising for local clubs and organisations.
Cricket Victoria’s Northern Summer Series has been cancelled due to current border restrictions.
Cricket Victoria mourns the loss of Colin McDonald, Australia’s 191st men’s Test cricketer, who has passed away at the age of 92.
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.
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