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Some of Victoria's best cricket talent will be on display this Sunday and Monday when the Cricket Victoria Futures League Academy and Premier All-Stars go head to head at Harry Trott Oval.
Victorian cricket clubs throughout the state will encourage fans to remember the passion, not the odds as part of the 2017 Love the Game round to be played this weekend.
Cricket Victoria has received the sad news that CV Life Member John "Cocky" Chambers passed away on Tuesday night aged 86.
The Dandenong Women's Cricket Club (DWCC) and the Dandenong Cricket Club (DCC) have announced that the two entities will progress forward as a single club from July 1, 2017.
The Albert Ground will host the Women's Premier Firsts One-Day Final this Saturday between old enemies Box Hill and Essendon Maribyrnong Park Ladies Cricket Club (EMP).
This weekend's opening round of Premier Twenty20s is set to be the perfect appetizer to this summer's Big Bash League, as some of the game's biggest names will feature on grounds across suburban Melbourne.
Cricket Victoria is pleased to announce the inaugural Women's Premier All-Stars Under-23 team who will take on the Victorian Under-18 side in two Twenty20 matches next month.
The Cricket Victoria Board has endorsed Ringwood and Coburg Cricket clubs to join the Women's Premier Firsts T20 competition for season 2016-17, alongside other changes which will see a new Premier Reserves competition introduced and Carlton-Brunswick elevated to join the
Northcote's Steven Taylor and Prahran's Jess Cameron have taken home Premier Cricket's highest accolades at the Premier Cricket Awards at The Pullman Hotel tonight.
The Men's Premier Firsts quarter-finals will take place this weekend with Fitzroy-Doncaster playing Northcote, Melbourne hosting Carlton, Monash Tigers and Prahran to clash and Ringwood to take on Camberwell Magpies.
On Saturday the Women's Premier Firsts semi-finals will be played at Windy Hill and Frankston between Essendon Maribyrnong Park (EMP) and Box Hill and Melbourne and Prahran respectively.
This Sunday the final round of matches take place in the Women's Premier Firsts Competition.
It promises to be an exciting finish to the Victorian Premier competition this season, with a number of teams still in contention for a spot in the finals.
Melbourne were dominant in their first Final as they claimed a nine-wicket win over last year's champions Coburg in the Premier Seconds T20 Final on Saturday.
An experienced EMP side proved too good for a young Melbourne team who were playing their first Final.
On Saturday Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) and Essendon Maribyrnong Park Cricket Club (EMP) will play for the Women's Premier First T20 flag in the Final at Greenvale Reserve.
Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) will take on Coburg Cricket Club in the Women's Premier Seconds T20 final on Saturday at Greenvale Reserve.
The Greenvale Kangaroos Cricket Club unveiled their turf nets last Wednesday with Australian Test paceman Peter Siddle on hand to trial the new state-of-the-art facilities.
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