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The peak body for metropolitan cricket in Melbourne will continue to lead the roll-out of Australian cricket’s junior formats after the Victorian Metropolitan Cricket Union (VMCU) voted to use the new formats in next summer’s Mitchell Shield and Browne Plate
Cricket Victoria and Refugee Week will again come together on Saturday, June 23 for the 2018 Refugee Week Indoor Cricket carnival.
Cricket Victoria is committed to providing opportunities for all Victorians to participate in Cricket.
Close to 300 participants flocked to Fawkner Park on Sunday in what was a resounding success for the inaugural University / TAFE Cup held by Cricket Victoria.
Applications for the Change Our Game Community Activation Grants are now open.
Cricket Victoria are thrilled to be hosting a free Teacher Professional Development Day at the CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval.
Over the past 12 months, Cricket Victoria has been working in partnership with Proud2Play to develop and further establish inclusive practices and programs within cricket and the wider community.
Cricketers across Victoria’s North Eastern region have received a significant boost with the Victorian Government announcing the construction of the North East Regional Cricket and Community Centre at Wodonga.
Cricket Victoria tonight toasted the inaugural winners of the A Sport For All Awards – Victoria at a presentation at the MCG.
Cricket Victoria recently teamed up with the South East Special Schools Sports Association (SSSSA) to provide Special Schools in South East Victoria an all-inclusive T20 Blast Day.
The hugely successful Growing Cricket for Girls (GCG) Fund was established by Cricket Australia, in partnership with the Commonwealth Bank, to support the growth and development of girls competitions at community cricket level across Australia.
A pilot program that’s being jointly-funded in Melbourne by Cricket Australia, Cricket Victoria and the City of Stonnington Council could help to solve one of urban Australia’s most perplexing issues; the proper utilisation of junior sport’s dwindling recreational space in
The ten bodies of Australian cricket have today released its first Press for Progress Report, which brings a heightened level of transparency and accountability to cricket's ambition to be Australia's leading sport for women and girls.
Today marks the launch of Stocklands 21 Gifts in 21 Days, an initiative that highlights the fantastic work that volunteers, community partners, clubs and associations do for the game and the people involved, whilst also promoting Harmony in Cricket.
The best multicultural cricketers from Victoria and New South Wales converged for a three match series at Preston City Oval on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Cricket Victoria recently commenced its International Student Academy (ISA) program which has been driven through Study Melbourne, Deakin University, Bendigo TAFE and Kangan Institute.
Community Cricket Programs: On Common Ground continue to deliver directly to grassroots cricket as the Victorian Government, Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia announce over $250,000 to grassroots cricket clubs across Victoria.
South Australia will depart Geelong as champions of both the intellectual disability and deaf and hard of hearing divisions of the National Cricket Inclusion Championships after a hugely successful final day in Geelong.
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