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Cricket Victoria has confirmed its squads for the under 16 Female Emerging Players Program.
Cricket Victoria has confirmed 39 players have been selected across Vic Metro and Vic Country squads for the 2022-23 Under 19 Female Emerging Players Program.
Cricket Victoria has confirmed its Female Emerging Performance Squad for the 2022-23 season.
The legacy of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 Final has been forever immortalised, as the Melbourne Cricket Club commissioned, with the support of Cricket Australia, portrait of the world champion Australian Women’s Cricket Team was unveiled at the
Cricket Victoria is pleased to announce that the female Under 18 Premier Competition will now be named the Marg Jennings Cup.
It is 100 years since the birth of Betty Wilson the ‘female Don Bradman’. To honour her centenary, the Australian Cricket Society is organising a Betty Wilson luncheon open to ALL cricket lovers and former players.
Cricket Victoria is pleased to confirm the appointment of Sharelle McMahon as the organisation’s new Head of Female Cricket.
Cricket Victoria is pleased to confirm Geelong Cricket Club and Greenvale Kangaroos Cricket Club will both join the Women’s Premier Cricket competition over the next two years.
Victoria’s most talented female under 19 players have shone during the Easter Series held in Albury and Wodonga.
Famed Victorian cricketer, the late Betty Wilson will be the focus of an upcoming live production in March.
Australia won its fifth T20 World Cup title in front of a huge crowd at the MCG on International Women's Day.
Only nine days remain until the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Australia 2020 which promises to be a catalyst for participation growth and an unprecedented opportunity to inspire the next generation of cricketers.
One of the pioneers of modern-day women’s cricket has been inducted onto the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.
Ellyse Perry hit the streets of Melbourne today ahead of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 to unveil a mural celebrating two of the world’s most famous ‘Perrys’; Ellyse herself and global pop superstar Katy Perry.
Cricket Victoria is thrilled to see positive outcomes from the 2019 Girls Leadership program as part of a commitment to developing women and girls in leadership.
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.
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