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You'll find us at the Junction Oval or you can call us on 03 9085 4000
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.
Global pop superstar Katy Perry will perform exclusively at the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, held on Sunday 8 March - International Women’s Day - at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
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.
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.
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