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Aaron Finch was named Most Valuable Player in the second season of the KFC T20 Big Bash League after an explosive campaign with the Melbourne Renegades.
A heartbreaking loss in the Final was the lowpoint of a memorable RYOBI One-Day Cup campaign for the Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers.
The Allan Border Medal night in February saw two Victorians honoured with Clint McKay picking up one-day international Player of the Year and Jess Cameron the Belinda Clark Medal.
The Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers posted one of their most emphatic limited-overs victories when they crushed Queensland by 190 runs in October.
Lasith Malinga delivered a mesmerising spell of T20 bowling when he captured 6-7 against the Perth Scorchers in BBL|02.
Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit superstar Meg Lanning delivered three breathtaking innings in five weeks that re-wrote the record books.
Victoria completed a clean sweep in Hobart to capture its first title at the Under-17 National Championships in nine seasons.
The record books were re-written when the Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit demolished the SA Scorpions in their WNCL match at Camberwell in November.
The Melbourne Renegades and Melbourne Stars both provided many highlights in BBL|02 in seasons bookended by heartbreaking semi-final defeats.
Not even the craziest storyteller could have scripted a more fitting end to Shane Warne's Test career than what occurred during the 2006 Boxing Day Test.
Shane Warne joined an exclusive club of Victorians, with Hugh Trumble, Jimmy Matthews, Lindsay Kline, Merv Hughes and Damien Fleming, when he claimed a hat-trick in the 1994 Boxing Day Test.
Dennis Lillee steaming in and knocking over West Indian superstar Sir Vivian Richards on the final ball of the opening day of the 1981 Boxing Day Test is one of the most memorable moments at the ground.
The largest second day crowd (75,700) at a Boxing Day Test was treated to a 279-run partnership between Andrew Symonds and Matthew Hayden that batted Australia into a winning position against England.
Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit superstars Emma Inglis and Meg Lanning re-trace their steps through the pathway program and share what it means to represent The Blue and White.
There have been few better matches played at the MCG than the 1982 Boxing Day Test.
Commonwealth Bank Bushrangers superstars Rob Quiney and Glenn Maxwell re-trace their steps through the pathway program and share what it means to represent The Blue and White.
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