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Sri Lankan star Kumar Sangakkara stepped away from his busy schedule yesterday to mentor some young budding cricketers at the Harmony in Cricket clinic at Monash University.
Sri Lankan star Kumar Sangakkara is poised to headline tomorrow's Harmony in Cricket junior clinic at Monash University.
There's no better way to settle into the Australian way of life then to watch its national sport - the game of cricket.
Cricket Victoria honoured 20 outstanding individuals when it hosted the 2012 Kookaburra Volunteer Recognition Breakfast at the MCG on day three of the Vodafone Boxing Day Test.
A Pakistan sporting legend was in attendance for the Harmony in Cricket Challenge Cup held at Melbourne University on Wednesday.
Passion is a term that is often thrown around, but when it comes to all abilities cricket no one has more passion than John Allcock.
St Anthony's Cricket Club's inaugural disabilities program is going from strength to strength with numbers increasing every week.
Mother of God Primary School flew the flag for multiculturalism in sport late last month when it hosted the inaugural SportWest WE ARE AUSTRALIA cricket festival.
If any sport team in Victoria, or Australia for that matter, wants a demonstration on how to coach a young player with a disability and produce positive results they should look no further than the example set by Caroline Springs
Revered cricket journalist Gideon Haigh takes a close look at the Blind Cricket World Twenty20 in India and the role Victoria's Matthew Horsey will play as Australian captain.
Victoria's Matthew Horsey will lead Australia at next month's Blind Cricket World Twenty20 in India with the national side departing for the sub-content today.
Expressions of interest are now open for the time-honoured Melbourne Country Week carnival.
Moorabbin Cricket Club's all abilities cricket carnival continues to go from strength to strength.
Meet Illias 'Louie' Maravas, a Cerebral Palsy sufferer who doesn't let his disability get in the way of scoring runs, snaring wickets and taking catches on the cricket field.
Sunshine Heights Cricket Club is celebrating after picking up the top honour at the Victorian Government Community Sport and Recreation Awards this week.
The Axe Creek and Maiden Gully cricket clubs will face off in the Emu Valley Cricket Association in Bendigo next week as part of the Blue Ball Day 2012 activities.
The dust may have settled on the Royal visit to the MCG but the reason why Prince Charles was present will continue to burn bright according to one club cricket coach.
Melbourne University leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed will remain in Australia after being granted a permanent visa by Immigration Minister Chris Bowen, subject to undertaking the normal health and security checks.
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