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Cricket Victoria selected 13 female cricketers to develop their sports leadership skills at the 2013 Female Youth Leadership Program held at Parkville.
The Axe Creek Cricket Club has fostered the relationship between the refugee community and Bendigo through the game of cricket.
Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers spinner Fawad Ahmed has been awarded Australian Citizenship, in an official citizenship ceremony conducted by Minister Brendan O'Connor.
Harmony in Cricket ambassador, Fawad Ahmed, is now officially an Australian citizen.
Former Victorian coach Robert Lloyd was among the recipients to be recognised in the Queens Birthday Honours with a Medal of the Order of Australia.
East Doncaster Cricket Club has shown its dedication to all abilities cricket though its 'no boundaries' program.
Former Commonwealth Bank Bushranger Gerard Clarke has been selected to appear on the cover of this year's Mornington Peninsula White Pages and Yellow Pages book.
Female cricket was the talk of the town across Victoria's south-east last week when Gippsland hosted its 10th annual Girls Cricket Carnival.
The Infinity T20 Cricket Tournament continues to attract multicultural Melbourne to the sport.
Students of St Anthony's Primary School ditched their books last Thursday to celebrate Harmony Day with a cricket tournament.
Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers all-rounder John Hastings has done his part for cancer research during the Battle of the Blues on the go-kart track.
A pair of Central Gippsland Cricket Association stalwarts took a walk down memory lane last week when they were honoured at Cricket Victoria's 50 Year Service luncheon.
Flowerdale has retained the Black Stump Trophy after accounting for Strathewen in the final of the quadrangular Super8 series between bushfire-affected communities.
The evolution of Australian cricket has involved one constant.
The seventh annual Victorian All Abilities Cricket Carnival will be staged at Casey Fields on Sunday with more than 20 teams to converge from across the state.
Geelong Grammar School has come to the aid of one of its Tasmanian counterparts after it was recently destroyed by the state's devastating bushfires.
Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers gloveman Ryan Carters received some pointers on being FireReady when he visited the Eastern Hill MFB Station last week.
Karramomus Cricket Club's Kerry Forge enjoyed the glitz and glam of cricket's night of nights when she attended the 2013 Allan Border Medal.
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