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The squads for the 2015 Country v Metro Under-19 Series in Barooga have been selected following four winter training sessions.
Cricket Victoria (CV) Chairman Geoff Tamblyn has retired at tonight's annual general meeting in Jolimont.
An unprecedented number of Victorian talent will be on show at the Under-17 National Championships in Brisbane next month with 29 Victorians selected.
In a win for fans for the upcoming summer of cricket, tickets for the 2015-16 international cricket matches at the MCG have gone on sale with prices kept the same as last season.
Cricket Victoria has today congratulated Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers all-rounder Marcus Stoinis after he was named in the Qantas tour of the British Isles one-day and T20I squad to face England and VicSpirit leg-spinner Kristen Beams who made her Test debut
Cricket Victoria (CV) has announced that 24 projects from a range of Victorian Clubs, Associations and Region Committees have been successful in receiving funds to assist in the development of cricket across the state.
Victoria has recorded the largest club cricket participation figures in the Australian Cricket Census for 2014-15.
The Victorian Government has today announced the largest ever funding allocation for grassroots cricket as part of their $100 million Community Sports Infrastructure Fund.
The findings from the independent review into Victorian country cricket conducted by former International Cricket Council and Cricket Australia Chief Executive Officer David Richards OAM have been released, after Cricket Victoria commissioned the review.
International cricket will return to the MCG for the first time since the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Final, in December when Australia and the West Indies meet in the Boxing Day Test.
The MCG will host the traditional Melbourne Boxing Day Test again this year after 720,814 people visited the home of cricket during the 14/15 Cricket Season, including the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
The popular Diamonds in the Bush program will be run over the next two weeks in regional Victoria with an increased focus on connecting communities and cricket clubs with local government as part of the Common Ground plan.
Over 60 young cricketers have been selected in the Victorian Under-19 Country and Metro trial squads for the 2015-16 season.
Kingston Saints and Hawthorn-East Melbourne Cricket Clubs have combined to form the Kingston Hawthorn Cricket Club for the 2015-16 season and beyond.
Victorian Noogal Toengorrt Tani captain Ben Abbatangelo has been included in the 2015 National Indigenous Development Squad while Jacinta Goodger-Chandler has been named as one of two female Indigenous scholarship holders.
Victoria has finalised its coaching structure for the 2015-16 season with the appointment of Lachlan Stevens and Karen Rolton.
Despite footballers running across soggy centre squares on ovals all over Melbourne, right now there is a great conversation going on regarding the structure of grassroots cricket in our city.
Cricket Victoria today welcomed the Andrews Government's announcement of major investment in Victorian cricket, community and events through the 2015-16 Victorian Budget.
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