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Throughout the month of January, Cricket Victoria (CV) will be celebrating the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to our great game.
Indigenous health is at the forefront of Cricket Victoria’s new partnership with Deadly Choices as Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades players donned special health check jerseys to launch Deadly Choices’ first ever summer sporting partnership.
Today marks the beginning of NAIDOC week, which celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
In 2019 Cricket Victoria is launching the inaugural Indigenous Youth Academy in line with our strategic plan of prioritizing inclusion and diversity.
Tasmanian turned Victorian Emma Mannix-Geeves has been named Player of the Tournament at the National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs.
Just a week out from the Aboriginal XI's historic tour of the UK, Cricket Victoria gathered at the CItiPower Centre to pay respect to the Indigenous community past and present.
Cricket Australia has announced the squads, schedule, community activities and uniform for an historic tour of the UK for the nation’s best Indigenous players.
National Indigenous Cricket Captain Dan Christian facilitated a special training session for prisoners from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre who participate in the men's community division of the Imparja Cup.
Victoria's best indigenous men and women will battle it out in the National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC) this week, with the tournament kicking off in Alice Springs today.
Dan Christian was today named the Men's National Indigenous Captain as part of Cricket Australia's celebration of NAIDOC* Week.
Victorian NICC captain Ben Abbatangelo spoke about his story, his passion and his new initiative #OurBrothersOurSisters at the NICC in Alice Springs.
The Men's Victorian Indigenous Squad will begin their National Indigenous Cricket Championships campaign (NICC) today in Alice Springs against Western Australia, with the women's team set to launch their campaign on February 9 against New South Wales.
Two Victorian Indigenous cricketers will this week depart for India for a historic 10-day tour of the subcontinent.
The Victorian team have taken home a fourth-place finish in the men's division of the National Indigenous Cricket Championships, which wrapped up in Alice Springs at the weekend.
The Victorian team have finished third in the women's division of the National Indigenous Cricket Championships, played in Alice Springs last week.
Victoria has had a mixed start to its campaign at the National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs.
Twelve young Victorian Indigenous cricketers embarked on a journey of a lifetime when they traveled to Dubai today to take part in the KP24 Foundation's inaugural Sprite 24/7 Project.
Wendouree Cricket Club (WCC) is reaching out beyond the boundary in an initiative which aims to help Indigenous children from around Australia play cricket.
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