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Pulling on the Baggy Blue remains the pinnacle for all Victorian cricketers.
Victoria's title hopes at the Under-17 National Championships in Hobart have been bolstered on the back of an incredible 36-run victory over New South Wales yesterday.
Controversy hit the 1995 Boxing Day Test when umpire Darrell Hair called young Sri Lankan spinner Muthiah Muralidaran for throwing.
The Commonwealth Bank Series is ready to rock like never before.
South East Metro and Gippsland Pride will contest the final of the Under-18 VicSpirit Championships in February after winning their way through to the decider at the MCG.
Victoria's Imparja Cup captain Ben Abbatangelo is rousing his troops ahead of the busy build up to next year's competition.
Victoria's hopes of victory rest on a knife's edge at the Under-17 National Championships in Hobart this morning.
Brett Lee burst onto the international scene with a five-wicket haul in his Australian debut in the 1999 Boxing Day Test.
St Bede's have been crowned the inaugural Premier Schools Shield Champions after claiming a nine-wicket victory against Scotch College at the Junction Oval yesterday.
The Under-18 VicSpirit Championships remain wide open after the second day of the carnival in Melbourne.
A Pakistan sporting legend was in attendance for the Harmony in Cricket Challenge Cup held at Melbourne University on Wednesday.
Camberwell Magpies will unveil star recruit Alex Doolan for tonight's Harmony in Cricket Twenty20 fixture against Melbourne University.
When number 11 Glenn McGrath entered the crease in the 2005 Boxing Day Test, Michael Hussey was on just 27. When the last wicket fell two hours later, Hussey was 122 and had scored one of the most thrilling centuries
The Under-18 VicSpirit Pathway Championships have commenced in Melbourne in stunning fashion courtesy of Central Highlands all-rounder Jenna Bruton.
Passion is a term that is often thrown around, but when it comes to all abilities cricket no one has more passion than John Allcock.
Victoria has made the early running at the Under-17 National Championships in Hobart with its second win in as many matches.
Learn the fundamentals of catching
Proud Victorian Bill Lawry and Ian Chappell put on the highest partnership in Boxing Day Tests in 1968 when the duo combined for 298 runs.
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