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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.
Cricket in Victoria is made possible because of the thousands of volunteers, administrators, coaches, umpires and clubs that each have inspirational individuals who dedicate their time to the sport.
Cricket Australia has announced continued efforts to raise funds and provide a helping hand to bushfire recovery efforts over the longer term.
The Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades will together recognise and raise funds for bushfire-impacted communities and firefighters at Saturday’s BBL derby at the MCG.
The Victorian Minister for Sport, Martin Pakula has opened the first round of applications for the Victorian Government’s $13.5 million Community Cricket Program.
Gippsland cricket is forging a new path to success following today’s unveiling of the new Gippsland Regional Cricket and Community Centre in Moe.
The WWBL season may be complete, however young girls are continuing to be inspired to get involved in cricket following an All Girls Cricket Day held at Box Hill City Oval last weekend.
The ICC T20 World Cup 2020 is going in to bat for grassroots cricket with the launch of a fundraising program that is open to every registered cricket club across Australia.
The goldfields region has a new home for cricket with the unveiling of a new Regional Cricket Hub at Eastern Oval in Ballarat today.
The future direction and growth of cricket in Geelong and the wider Barwon region is at the forefront of the new Regional Cricket Strategy released by Cricket Victoria and the G21 Geelong Regional Alliance.
This weekend Stanhope Cricket Club will celebrate 100 years with the opening of their brand-new training nets.
As a busy mother of two young boys, re-igniting a club cricket career might have been the furthest thing from 36 year-old Reena Choudary’s mind.
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