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Cricket Victoria 50 Year Service Awards Returns for 2023-24
Footscray United Cricket Club's Daniel Melican was the recipient of this year's Cricket Victoria Volunteer of the Year award at the recently held Community Cricket Awards.
Cricket Victoria held their annual Women’s Community Cricket Competition Awards on Friday 21 April at the CitiPower Centre in St Kilda.
Victorian cricket has this evening celebrated the 2022-23 Community Cricket Awards, bringing together some of the game’s most dedicated volunteers and administrators.
Nominations are now open for the 2022-23 Community Cricket Awards. Entries are invited from individuals, clubs, associations, competitions, stakeholders and partner organisations who contribute to the delivery of community cricket in Victoria.
Forty-five cricket players and administrators were recognised for their service to the sport at the annual 50 Year Service Awards for 2022-23 held at the Boxing Day Test.
CitiPower and Cricket Victoria’s successful Canteen Grants program is back for the 2022-23 season, with grants of up to $5000 available to Victorian cricket clubs to improve electrical appliances and fittings within their facilities.
The 50 year service awards recognises 50 or more years of service to cricket.
Cricketers throughout Victoria’s Great South Coast region will benefit from the $10.2 million transformation of Warrnambool’s Reid Oval, which was officially opened this evening.
Cricket Victoria and AFL Victoria, in collaboration with the Victorian Government, have established a new agreement addressing shared use of facilities across the state.
Victorian cricket has this evening celebrated the 2022 Community Cricket Awards, bringing together some of the game’s most dedicated volunteers and administrators.
Applications open today for Victorian cricket clubs and associations for the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund.
CV is providing some additional guidance for clubs & associations working through the many questions that COVID-normal may generate.
Nominations are now open for our 50 Year Service Awards for the 2021-22 season.
Cricket Victoria will re-invest an additional $2 million to support community cricket across the state in 2021-22.
Victorian Minister for Community Sport Ros Spence has announced applications are now open for the third round of the Victorian Government’s $13.5 million Community Cricket Program.
The Victorian State Government has announced that Victoria will return to lockdown levels from 8pm today (Thursday 5th August, 2021) for seven days. This means that any cricket activities cannot take place during this period – including training, matches, face
The ongoing growth of the Women’s Community Cricket Competition (WCCC) in Melbourne’s east will see a new alignment involving the competition and Ringwood & District Cricket Association (RDCA).
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