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It was a hugely successful campaign for the Victorian Women’s team in the Toyota Australian National Country Cricket Championships, played in Shepperton last week. The men’s team also had a successful Championship, finishing runner up in the one-day format.
Victoria had a successful Country Championships in Mount Gambier despite both sides losing semi finals.
Victoria have begun their campaign in the Australian Country Cricket Championships with two wins to sit on top of the ladder.
Victoria's Country women's side has secured an 11-run win in their inaugural match after restricting South Australia to 9-79 having posted 90 all out from their 20 overs.
Victoria has finished in second place at the Australian Country Cricket Championships in Bendigo.
Victorian selectors have named a 13-man squad for the Australian Country Cricket Championships to be played in Bendigo from January 5 to 12.
Victoria has ended its campaign at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships with a six-wicket loss to East Asia Pacific in Canberra.
Victoria has slumped to a third loss from four matches at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships in Canberra after Western Australia secured a six-wicket victory yesterday.
Victoria's title aspirations at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships are all but over after Queensland clinched a three-wicket win in Canberra yesterday.
Victoria has secured a 36-run victory against South Australia at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships in Canberra.
Victoria will look to ignite its campaign at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships in Canberra today after dropping its opening encounter to New South Wales by 88 runs.
Victoria faces a daunting run chase at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships against New South Wales in Canberra today.
An opening round blockbuster between Victoria and New South Wales at the Commonwealth Bank Australian Country Cricket Championships could well decide this year's winner with the arch-rivals to clash in Canberra from tomorrow.
Victoria has unveiled a powerful 13-man squad for next year's Australian Country Cricket Championships in Canberra.
Victoria has completed a remarkable turnaround at the Australian Country Cricket Championships to claim a top-two finish.
Victoria's title aspirations at the Australian Country Cricket Championships are over entering today's final round of the carnival.
Victoria's title aspirations at the Australian Country Cricket Championships in Bundaberg are alive and well with just two rounds to play.
Mornington Peninsula's Bob Wilson has become the first Victorian batsman to stroke a double century at the Australian Country Cricket Championships after producing a devastating innings against South Australia in Bundaberg yesterday.
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