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Johnny Mullagh, the best player of the 1868 Aboriginal team that became the first sporting team from Australia to tour Internationally, has been inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.
Australian and Victorian all-rounder Ellyse Perry has swept the field at the ICC Awards of the Decade.
Five Victorians have been selected across the Australian Test and Australia A squads announced by Cricket Australia on Thursday.
Cricket Australia has confirmed the Boxing Day Test is scheduled to go ahead at the MCG following updates to the schedule for the eagerly anticipated Vodafone Test Series, Dettol ODI Series and Dettol Twenty20 International Series between the Australian and
The CitiPower Centre will not only host the CommBank T20I Tri-Series on Sunday, but will also host Cricket Australia’s Bushfire Cricket Bash.
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.
Victorian players Ellyse Perry and Meg Lanning have been recognised for their outstanding individual performances in 2019 at the ICC's annual awards.
A strong international women’s cricket schedule and a history-making Boxing Day Test against New Zealand are among the Victorian highlights of today’s international schedule released by Cricket Australia.
Meg Lanning's side swept all before them book-ending an incredible summer with big wins against the White Ferns.
International cricket delivered more than $114 million in economic benefit to Victoria in the 2017-18 season, reinforcing the state’s position as Australia’s sporting capital
Cricket Victoria congratulates the Australian team on their emphatic victory at the ICC WT20 in the West Indies.
Tickets to the 2018-19 Men’s international cricket season are on sale to the general public now.
Cricket Australia has today announced two 14-player squads to represent Australia A in one-day and four-day matches on a tour of India in August and September.
Cricket Victoria has welcomed today’s announcement from Cricket Australia of the 2018-19 international summer of cricket schedule.
Cricket Australia has announced a 14-player Australia Under-16s squad to compete in a six-match International Series against Pakistan in April at Cricket Victoria’s CitiPower Centre.
Cricket Australia's National Selection Panel (NSP) has today confirmed the 14 Australian women to receive national contracts for the 2018-19 season, with Victorian young gun Sophie Molineux named on the contract list for the first time.
Former Australian Test and Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers player Chris Rogers has announced his retirement from first-class cricket.
Victorian great Neil Harvey was recognised by the Melbourne Cricket Club today with a statue on the Australia Post Avenue of Legends.
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