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Cricket Victoria has today named a Futures League Academy winter squad that will train at the CitiPower Centre in preparation for the 2019-20 season.
Cricket Victoria has received the sad news that Life Member Lindsay Ewart passed away on June 4 aged 89.
Cricket Victoria has received the sad news that Casey-South Melbourne President Ross Hibbins has passed away.
Are you part of a local cricket club that could benefit from a little extra money to help you get a community program or event off the ground?
Melbourne Cricket Club has triumphed over Prahran this afternoon to record the club’s first Women’s Premier Firsts One Day title.
The continual growth of girls participation and all-girls teams, the transition to a standalone rebel Women’s Big Bash League, as well as the unforgettable and inspiring ICC World T20 victory by the world champion Australian Women’s Cricket Team are all
Today marks one year until the start of what will be the biggest women’s sporting event ever staged in Australia – the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020.
Cricket Victoria would like to congratulate all of our Victorian winners at last night’s Australian Cricket Awards held at Crown.
The North Metro Cricket Association (NMCA) and Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) will play in the first female inter-association representative cricket match in metropolitan Melbourne under lights on the 22nd of February.
Berwick CC defeated Sunshine United CC by 41 runs at the MCG in the Grand Final of the Regional Big Bash Competition.
Victoria will host the best cricketers in the world in 2020 following the release of the men’s and women’s 2020 ICC T20 World Cup fixtures. For the first time, the women’s and men’s T20 World Cups will be held as
Victoria are searching for the best young indoor cricketers the state has to offer, with the upcoming State Indoor Cricket Junior trials for the 2019 Australia Indoor Cricket Junior Championships.
It was a hugely successful campaign for the Victorian Women’s team in the Toyota Australian National Country Cricket Championships, played in Shepperton last week. The men’s team also had a successful Championship, finishing runner up in the one-day format.
Cricket Victoria hosted the second annual Proud Cricket Day on Sunday 13 January 2019 to celebrate LGBT+ inclusion and diversity in cricket, at CitiPower Centre in St Kilda.
Victoria U14 Girls State Indoor Cricket Team has been named as a finalist for Victoria Young Team of the Year award in the 2018 Victorian Sport Awards
Cricket Victoria has announced the final 13-man Country and Metro squads to compete at this year’s Under-15 National Championships
Cricket Victoria supports 92 clubs through the Community Cricket Grants Program by providing over $200,000 worth of funding.
The Girls Leadership Forum was a huge success, helping over 120 Year 7 & 8 girls develop life skills in confidence, resilience and leadership.
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