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Cricket Victoria would like to congratulate all of our Victorian winners at last night’s Australian Cricket Awards held at Crown.
The North Metro Cricket Association (NMCA) and Cricket Southern Bayside (CSB) will play in the first female inter-association representative cricket match in metropolitan Melbourne under lights on the 22nd of February.
The Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades have chosen their teams to compete against Sydney Thunder in the Multicultural T20 competition on the 25-26 February in Wollongong, NSW.
Berwick CC defeated Sunshine United CC by 41 runs at the MCG in the Grand Final of the Regional Big Bash Competition.
The Victorians finished the 2018-19 season on a high, with a 14-run victory over finals contenders Tasmania.
Cricket Victoria has donated cricket equipment to not-for-profit organisation Reclink to help it run its charitable sporting and recreational programs.
The National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC) will kick-off on Monday April 4th in Alice Springs.
Cricket Victoria’s new Youth Super Series begins this month as an additional pathway to the state’s Premier Cricket competition.
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.
Victoria will host the best cricketers in the world in 2020 following the release of the men’s and women’s 2020 ICC T20 World Cup fixtures. For the first time, the women’s and men’s T20 World Cups will be held as
Victoria has triumphed with just one ball to spare to win the 2019 Intellectual Disability division grand final at the National Cricket Inclusion Championships in Geelong.
Cricket Victoria, Melton Junior Cricket Association (MJCA), North West Metro Cricket Association (NWMCA), Williamstown District Cricket Association (WDCA), Western Region Junior Cricket Association (WRJCA) and Western Suburbs United Churches and Community Cricket Association (WSUCCA) have signed a Heads of Agreement
Victoria are searching for the best young indoor cricketers the state has to offer, with the upcoming State Indoor Cricket Junior trials for the 2019 Australia Indoor Cricket Junior Championships.
Cricket Australia and Cricket Victoria have paid tribute to former Australian and Victorian cricketer Eileen Uebergang (née Massey), who has passed away aged 83.
Sophie Molineux, Kristen Beams, Molly Strano and Georgia Wareham will be in action this Wednesday night when Essendon Maribyrnong Park (EMP) and Dandenong go head to head in the Women's Premier 1sts T20 Grand Final at the CitiPower Centre in
Cricket Victoria held it’s 50 Year Service Awards on Day Three of the 2018 Boxing Day Test against India. This was the 15th consecutive year of the awards, that look to highlight those who have contributed outstanding service as either
It was a hugely successful campaign for the Victorian Women’s team in the Toyota Australian National Country Cricket Championships, played in Shepperton last week. The men’s team also had a successful Championship, finishing runner up in the one-day format.
The National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) are back for the third year running with more than 200 of Australia’s most talented cricketers with an intellectual disability, blind and low vision, as well as deaf and hard of hearing competing in
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