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Beginning Monday 19 October, Cricket Victoria will be running a range of webinars to promote inclusive practices within clubs and associations.
Cricket Victoria has been recognised as one of Australian sport’s best LGBTQ inclusion organisations after being awarded a Gold Tier at the recent Australian Pride in Sport Awards held in Sydney.
Cricket Australia has announced this season’s National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC), National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC) and Toyota Australia Country Cricket Championships will not be going ahead, with all three championships set to return next season.
The Women In Sport Breakfast is back and will be held online on 9 October 2020.
The 19th to 25th September 2020 is National Week of Deaf People and on 23 September 2020 Cricket Victoria also celebrated International Day of Sign Languages.
Volunteers have again led the way in driving Cricket Victoria’s participation numbers which were announced in the 2019-20 Australian Cricket Census by Cricket Australia today.
Brad Hodge, Dirk Nannes, Chris Gayle, Shahid Afridi and Tillakaratne Dilshan are among a select group of international stars to have represented around 20 different teams throughout their careers.
Local cricket participation leader Melissa Hale is one of several new recipients of the Change our Game scholarships provided by the Victorian Government.
Rivalries have been put aside to ensure a competition dating back to the 1830s will live on.
Irrewarra Cricket Club’s Jaccob Rodda has been named Community Coach of the Year at Cricket Australia’s national Community Cricket Awards.
Sport and Recreation Victoria has published new guidance to support sport and recreation organisations with their return to play plans.
The Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund closes on Sunday, 22 March 2020.
Cricket in the Mallee Murray region will reap the rewards of a new oval and pavilion in Mildura as part of the $30.5 million Stage One – Mildura South Regional Sporting Precinct.
More than $52,000 will be shared between 14 cricket clubs in the latest round of the CitiPower and Cricket Victoria canteen grants program to improve electrical safety within club facilities.
Cricket Australia thanks the Australian cricket family for coming together to raise more than 7.8 million dollars for Bushfire Relief this summer.
Generous bidders have helped Victorian cricket contribute $28,517 to the CFA Bushfire Appeal Public Fund following the auction of signed BBL match jerseys from players at the Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades.
It’s not unusual for local cricket clubs to have the odd father-son combination play together on Saturday afternoon. But father-daughter-son combination? That’s a rarity.
Cricket Victoria is now accepting Victorian applications for the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund.
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