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The Murray Valley Cricket Association's Luke Carter was rewarded for his standout year after being selected in the Victorian Country Cricket League's team of the year.
Williamstown CYMS Cricket Club celebrated an important milestone in its history when it launched its new training facility at Fearon Reserve on Saturday.
Cricket Victoria is saddened to learn of the passing of Ron Hare at the weekend.
The latest Women as Leaders in Cricket (WALIC) workshop will be held at the MCG on Sunday, August 25.
Mount Waverley Cricket Club has unveiled a $100,000 project that will see five new pitches introduced for the up-coming season.
Cricket Victoria is offering clubs across the state a discounted price to the up-coming Melbourne Sports Club Management Expo.
The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) has shown its commitment to grassroots sport by awarding $1.1 million to 472 sporting clubs across Victoria.
Commonwealth Bank Bushranger coach Greg Shipperd passed on his cricketing expertise when Lower Plenty Cricket Club's Winter Squad Academy gathered for a cricket seminar at the MCG.
The opportunity to contest the 14th Australian Masters Games in Geelong is now open.
The opening of a new community complex has seen the resurrection of the Cardross Cricket Club.
Two greats of the Victorian Women's Cricket Association (VWCA) were honoured with Life Membership at VWCA Presentation Night on Friday evening.
Grassroots cricket is the big winner with 70 clubs receiving funding in the 2012-13 VicHealth Active Club Grants Program
South Warrandyte's Jess Adams thrives on being only one of two girls in the under-14's division of the Ringwood and District Cricket Association.
Cricket Victoria will honour 22 long serving volunteers when it hosts its 50 Year Service Luncheon during tomorrow's Bupa Sheffield Shield clash between Victoria and New South Wales at the MCG.
A man-of-the-match performance from star all-rounder Jordan Clarke has guided South Caulfield to a 26-run victory in the final of the Victorian Statewide T20 Cup at the MCG yesterday.
Essendon Maribyrnong Park has claimed its second Twenty20 premiership in three years after posting an eight-wicket victory over Brunswick Park at Greaves Reserve on Saturday.
The Final of the Victorian Statewide T20 Cup will be held at the MCG on Sunday with South Caulfield and Upwey-Tecoma clashing.
Fierce rivals Brunswick Park and Essendon Maribyrnong Park will go head to head in the VWCA Premier Firsts Twenty20 Final this Saturday.
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