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Cricket Victoria and official helmet supply partner Masuri have launched a new online shop to allow cricket clubs to purchase customised helmets in preparation for incoming national safety regulations in the 2019-20 season.
This morning saw the WBBL fixture announced which included the exciting news that the CitiPower Centre (Junction Oval) will host 6 matches, including the opening weekend. The popularity of female cricket continues to rise, and Cricket Victoria are investing in
Cricket Victoria held its 50 Year Service Recognition Awards breakfast at the MCG on day three of the Ashes Test between Australia and England.
Teams across Melbourne will be padding up this weekend with the return of the men's and women's Premier Cricket competitions.
The start of the second Cricket Southern Bayside season has been delayed, with clubs having been informed of the decision.
Nicole Jackson-Kiker has made history by becoming the first female president of a Sub-District Cricket Association.
Thomas Kimpton from Royal Park / Brunswick CC has taken out the Victorian Club Cricketer of the Season award for 2016-17.
The coveted Bradman Scholarship for 2017 has been awarded to Andrew Young, 18 years, of Melbourne University.
The Cricket Southern Bayside competition will break new ground this weekend, believed to be the first community cricket league to host a pink ball two day fixture over consecutive Saturdays 26 November and 3 December.
Grants of up to $100,000 are available for Cricket Clubs to develop their pavilions, playing grounds and practice facilities.
Jesse Walia from Lynbrook CC has been awarded Victorian Club Cricketer of the Year for season 2015-16, with bowling figures of 9-13 from just six overs.
Vote now for your Victorian Club Cricketer of season 2015-16 and you could win a $50 voucher from Gray-Nicolls.
The Doutta Stars have won the Regional Big Bash final by six wickets after opener Ben Speake hit the penultimate delivery for six to claim the title against Tallangatta.
The Tallangatta and Doutta Stars Cricket Clubs will face off in the Cricket Victoria Regional Big Bash Final at the MCG tomorrow.
The Cricket Victoria Regional Big Bash has reached the Conference Finals stage of the competition.
The Jags Premier League (JPL) culminated in a battle of the royals in front of an enthusiastic crowd at Saltwater Reserve in Point Cook over the weekend
Wendouree Cricket Club (WCC) is reaching out beyond the boundary in an initiative which aims to help Indigenous children from around Australia play cricket.
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