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COVID-19 has impacted all Clubs and Associations, we want to support you through this everchanging environment so that when the time comes, we are all ready to play cricket again.
Victorian players Aaron Finch (captain) and Glenn Maxwell have both been selected in the Australian men's Qantas Tour of England set to be played in September.
Volunteers have again led the way in driving Cricket Victoria’s participation numbers which were announced in the 2019-20 Australian Cricket Census by Cricket Australia today.
Cricket Victoria sends its condolences to the family of Lorna Beal (née Larter) after the former Australian and Victorian player passed away aged 96.
This guide has been established to support Clubs and Associations in planning for a return to training and playing cricket when Victorian Government restrictions and health advice allows.
Brad Hodge, Dirk Nannes, Chris Gayle, Shahid Afridi and Tillakaratne Dilshan are among a select group of international stars to have represented around 20 different teams throughout their careers.
Local cricket participation leader Melissa Hale is one of several new recipients of the Change our Game scholarships provided by the Victorian Government.
Cricket Victoria (CV) launched its Club Development Series last week, which provides training and advice to volunteers at both clubs and associations on topics important to their organisation's health and sustainability.
Rivalries have been put aside to ensure a competition dating back to the 1830s will live on.
In light of the current restrictions imposed on metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire, Cricket Victoria has made further amendments to our Return to Train & Play guidelines that were released on 25 June 2020.
The Club Development Series will deliver training and advice to volunteers at both clubs and associations on topics important to their health and sustainability.
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