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Match Info: VIC vs WA – WNCL – Jan 7 & 9

Match Info: VIC vs WA – WNCL – Jan 7 & 9

Come watch your Vics take on Western Australia in two one-day matches at the CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval.

WNCL 2019
January 7 and January 9
CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval – Lakeside Drive, St Kilda (view on Google Maps here)

Key Information:

Thursday 9 January
Coin Toss: 8.45am
Public Gates Open: 9.00am
Session 1: 9.30am – 12.40pm
Interval: 12.40pm – 1.20pm
Session 2: 1.20pm – 4.30pm

Match updates:
Live scores available via cricket.com.au and @VicStateCricket social media channels.

Public Entry Gates:
Free entry to both WNCL matches via Gate 2 on Lakeside Drive.

What can’t I bring into the CitiPower Centre?
– No pets. Assistance dogs are permitted.
– No full size cricket bats
– No cans, glass or metal knives
– No BYO alcohol
– No camera lenses over 300mm or telescopic camera lenses (Cricket Australia accredited photographers excepted)

Food and Drink:
Food and drink facilities will be available on site. Patrons may bring their own food/drink, however BYO alcohol is prohibited.
We accept both cash and EFTPOS. Cash-out facilities are not available.

Pets:
Please note pets are not permitted at venue. Assistance dogs are accepted.

Smoking:
The CitiPower Centre at Junction Oval is a strictly non-smoking venue.

Seating:
Patrons are welcome to bring individual fold-up chairs or similar outdoor seating to use on the main grassed areas. The Blackie Ironmonger Stand will also be open to patrons. The Kevin Murray Stand will remain closed – it is currently undergoing construction works and patrons are required to avoid this area of the ground.

Merchandise:
A limited amount of Victorian team merchandise is available for purchase at Cricket Victoria reception.

How to get to the CitiPower Centre – Junction Oval

Cricket Victoria strongly recommends patrons use public transport to access the venue – see options below. View venue location on Google Maps here.

TRAM – Route 16:
The route 16 tram runs along Fitzroy Street, with the Princes Street / Fitzroy Street stop just a 3-minute walk from Junction Oval. Jump on at either Flinders Street station and travel towards St Kilda, or Balaclava station on the Sandringham line and travel towards the city.

TRAM – Route 96:
The route 96 light rail tram can also be caught from the city, travelling pass Southern Cross train station towards St Kilda. Alight at the Canterbury Rd / Fitzroy Street stop, just 5 minutes’ walk from Junction Oval.

TRAIN – Sandringham Line:
Get off at Windsor Station. It is a 15-20-minute walk from the station to Junction Oval via Peel Street.

Public Parking:
Very limited on-street parking will be available around the Fitzroy Street / Lakeside Drive / Albert Park Precinct. Please adhere to street signs for parking costs.

Go Vics! #vicsdoitbetter

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