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Cricket in Victoria is made possible because of the thousands of volunteers, administrators, coaches, umpires and clubs that each have inspirational individuals who dedicate their time to the sport.
The news, views and ball by ball coverage of Victoria’s home JLT Sheffield Shield fixtures will come to life this summer with the introduction of a new commentary team.
Cricket Victoria & Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) is delighted to see the success of our “Its Cricket Your Way” program, by providing cricket opportunities beyond the genesis of CSB, being Men’s Turf.
Meg Lanning will captain the side alongside fellow Victorians Sophie Molineux, Elyse Villani, Georgia Wareham and Tayla Vlaemink
Greater Shepparton City Council along with Cricket Australia today announced the Country Championships will be played in Greater Shepparton from 3 January to 11 January, 2019.
The Board of Cricket Victoria last night elected Paul Barker as the new Chairman.
Victorian cricket has welcomed Cricket Australia’s announcement that the sport will invest $35 million over the next three years to significantly grow and support community cricket.
Former Australian and Victorian all-rounder David Hussey is one of two new Directors elected to Cricket Victoria’s Board at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting this evening.
Cricket Victoria has revamped its state underage pathway program to improve the experience for players and parents and align the pathway with the state’s Premier Cricket competition
Unbeaten Victoria Blue flying high, exert their dominance over competition
Cricket Victoria are thrilled to announce the launch of the first Year 7 and 8 Regional Girls Leadership Forum.
In celebration of National Volunteer Week, the Commonwealth Bank 'A Sport for All' Awards were held at the CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval last night to honour the outstanding work of volunteers across Australia.
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.
Box Hill Cricket Club and Dandenong Cricket Club have taken out the Women's 50-over and Men's Premier 1st XI titles respectively, with the latter concluding on Easter Monday at Junction Oval.
The hugely successful Growing Cricket for Girls (GCG) Fund was established by Cricket Australia, in partnership with the Commonwealth Bank, to support the growth and development of girls competitions at community cricket level across Australia.
The Cricket Australia Women's Youth Selection Panel (WYSP) has today named a 14-player Australian Under-19 squad to travel to South Africa in April to take part in a tri-series with South Africa and England.
Former Victorian captain Belinda Clark AM, together with Roger Allen OAM, Peter Frawley OAM, Graham Matthews OAM and Ray Sneddon OAM were all recognised for their contribution to Victorian cricket with Honours in the recent Australia Day ceremonies.
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