The CitiPower Centre at the Junction Oval is the home of cricket in Victoria. It's also the head office location of Cricket Victoria.
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You'll find us at the Junction Oval or you can call us on 03 9085 4000
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 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.
Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit captain Emma Inglis has helped put more than 60 keen cricketers through their paces at the Wimmera Mallee Cricket Camp.
The Commonwealth Bank is proud to support Australian cricket at all levels - from the grandstands watching the Test team, through to grassroots clubs and everywhere in between including the Bushrangers and VicSpirit.
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