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The safety of club cricketers and volunteers is the driving force behind a new grants program to improve electrical infrastructure at metropolitan and regional cricket clubs.
Victoria has triumphed with just one ball to spare to win the 2019 Intellectual Disability division grand final at the National Cricket Inclusion Championships in Geelong.
Cricket Victoria, Melton Junior Cricket Association (MJCA), North West Metro Cricket Association (NWMCA), Williamstown District Cricket Association (WDCA), Western Region Junior Cricket Association (WRJCA) and Western Suburbs United Churches and Community Cricket Association (WSUCCA) have signed a Heads of Agreement
The National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) are back for the third year running with more than 200 of Australia’s most talented cricketers with an intellectual disability, blind and low vision, as well as deaf and hard of hearing competing in
Cricket Victoria inducted six new Life Members during the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.
Cricket Victoria, Eastern Cricket Association (ECA), Box Hill Reporter District Cricket Association (BHRDCA) and Ringwood District Cricket Association (RDCA) have signed a Heads of Agreement to move forward in discussions on a single governing structure for cricket administration in Melbourne’s
Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) are pleased to announce they will host an Under-13 junior girls and boys carnival in January 2019.
The Rebel WBBL Opening Weekend provided a fantastic opportunity for budding young female cricketers, from across Victoria, to experience the action up close and meet some of their WBBL heroes.
The Victorian women’s team have put true teamwork into practice, raising almost $5,000 to support travel costs for the School Sport Victoria (SSV) 12 and Under girls cricket team to get to the national championships Bunbury, WA next week.
The Australian Deaf and Hard of Hearing Cricket Team have commenced preparations in India ahead of the 2018 Deaf International Cricket Council T20 World Cup, the first since 2005.
Cricket Victoria will again be sponsoring junior cricket competitions in January, including the Victorian Metropolitan Cricket Union carnival and regional junior country week competitions, by supplying a range of Kookaburra cricket balls to be used throughout these matches.
Cricket Victoria's Leadership Program, which has been focused around female leadership, has now been delivered to all year eight students at Catherine McAuley College following keen interest by students to take part.
Building on the success of the women’s elite cricket campaign, #WATCHME, and coinciding with International Day of the Girl, Cricket Australia has today unveiled the #WATCHME Play, #WATCHME Grow campaign to promote girls playing junior cricket.
Woolworths Cricket Blast is a fun and fast program for kids of all abilities to learn the skills and play Australia’s favourite sport.
Last week saw 40 teachers across Victoria come together at the State Netball and Hockey Centre in Parkville to participate in a teacher specific professional development program.
Cricket Victoria in partnership with the AFL and Netball Victoria will be hosting a Regional Multisport Teacher Professional Development Program in August, 2018.
Cricket Victoria has again drawn plaudits for its inclusion work with the organization taking out the award for the Highest Ranked State Sporting Organisation in the inaugural Pride in Sport Awards held in Melbourne last night.
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
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