A history of Victorian Cricket award winners
Victorian players Ellyse Perry and Meg Lanning have been recognised for their outstanding individual performances in 2019 at the ICC's annual awards.
Cricket Victoria congratulates leg spinner Kristen Beams who has announced her retirement from WNCL and Rebel WBBL today.
Victoria’s young talent was on show for all to see in a seven-wicket win over New South Wales in Adelaide.
Victoria has fallen short of the ACT Meteors by 18 runs in its opening WNCL fixture for the 2019-20 season.
Victorian spinner Kristen Beams will embark on her final season of domestic cricket with Victoria and the Melbourne Stars this season.
Five Victorian Cricket Team members have been named in the Australian Women’s Cricket Team’s 14-player squad for the Commonwealth Bank Ashes Tour of England.
Ellyse Perry is among 19 players named on the Victorian women’s contract list for the 2019/20 season.
UPDATE: Due to recent attacks in Sri Lanka, the 2019 development tour has been cancelled. Our thoughts are with the entire Sri Lankan community at this time.
Cricket Australia's National Selection Panel (NSP) has today confirmed the 14 Australian women to receive national contracts for the 2019-20 season, as well as a 14-player Women's National Performance Squad (NPS).
Victorian and Australian bowler Tayla Vlaeminck has joined the 2019 Premier’s Active April campaign as an ambassador.
The Victorians finished the 2018-19 season on a high, with a 14-run victory over finals contenders Tasmania.
Meg Lanning will return to captain Victoria this weekend as the side returns to WNCL action at the new CitiPower Centre for the first time.
Victorian all-rounder Molly Strano will lead a new-look Victorian side into Round 2 of their WNCL campaign this weekend.
Meg Lanning will captain the side alongside fellow Victorians Sophie Molineux, Elyse Villani, Georgia Wareham and Tayla Vlaemink
A big Saturday win in WNCL sees the Vics return with a spring in step.
Victoria has named an experienced squad of 12 for the opening round of the Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) this week in Western Australia.
The National Selection Panel (NSP) has named a total of five Victorians in the Australian squad to take on New Zealand in the three-match Commonwealth Bank Women’s T20 International Series starting on 29 September.
Following the unveiling of the new CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval in March, CitiPower has extended its major partnership with Victorian cricket after signing on as the naming rights partner of the Victorian men’s team.
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