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One of Victoria's youngest cricket clubs has claimed an unlikely first XI premiership on the weekend at Featherbrook Oval in Point Cook
Wendouree can again lay claim to being the best club side in Victoria after defeating Bentleigh Uniting in the Final of the Kookaburra Statewide Twenty20 Cup at the MCG yesterday.
An olive branch can go a long way.
Ringwood will take a significant step in the club's history this season when it fields a female side for the first time.
Dandenong has won a thrilling Kookaburra Premier Final, defying a never-say-die Frankston Peninsula at Melbourne University yesterday.
Essendon Maribyrnong Park has taken out the Premier Firsts title with a seven wicket win over Box Hill at the Camberwell Sports Ground over the weekend.
The Kookaburra state-wide Twenty20 Cup Final was contested on Monday between East Belmont CC from the Geelong Cricket Association and Buckley Ridges CC from the Dandenong and District Cricket Association.
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