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Nominations are now open for the 50 Year Service Recognition Awards for 2019-20.
Research-Eltham Collegians Cricket Club will set a new milestone of its own this season, with 18 year-old Shania John the first female to captain a men’s team in the 70 plus year history of the Diamond Valley Cricket Association.
For the second year running, cricket clubs throughout Australia can benefit from the most significant collective investment into grassroots cricket from Australian professional cricketers in history.
Cricket Victoria today celebrates winning back-to-back awards at the Australian Pride in Sport Awards held overnight in Melbourne
Emerging Victorian fast bowler Courtney Neale recently travelled to a remote Indigenous community in central Australia through Red Dust Role Models. To celebrate National Reconciliation Week we’re excited for her to share her experiences from the Red Centre.
Last week in Mildura, Cricket Victoria in partnership with the Mallee Sports Assembly (MSA) hosted the 2019 Active Girls Breakfast and Leadership Forum.
This week is National Volunteer Week (NVW), an annual celebration to acknowledge the contributions made by volunteers.
In response to media reports this morning, Cricket Victoria would like to reiterate the importance of our dedicated volunteers to the success of Victorian cricket.
Cricket Victoria are proud to show our support for the LGBTI+ community by recognising today as International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).
More than $52,000 will be shared between 12 cricket clubs in the first round of the CitiPower and Cricket Victoria Canteen Grants program to improve electrical safety within club facilities.
Cricket Australia and the University of Queensland have partnered to develop the Australian Cricket Ball Standard to ensure community clubs and associations have access to high quality and competitively priced cricket balls.
Cricket Victoria toasted this year’s winners of the A Sport For All Awards – Victoria at the CitiPower Centre last night.
Are you part of a local cricket club that could benefit from a little extra money to help you get a community program or event off the ground?
As we head into another sunny summer weekend, we take this opportunity to remind all of the Cricket Victoria community to take care on the roads.
Child Safety Officers have been introduced as part of Australian Cricket’s Child Safety Framework to play a critically important role within community cricket clubs.
Grassroots cricket clubs throughout Victoria stand to benefit from the most significant collective investment from Australian professional cricketers in history.
The North Metro Cricket Association (NMCA) and Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) will play in the first female inter-association representative cricket match in metropolitan Melbourne under lights on the 22nd of February.
The Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades have chosen their teams to compete against Sydney Thunder in the Multicultural T20 competition on the 25-26 February in Wollongong, NSW.
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