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Even though he didn't win the award, being nominated for the Official of the Year at the Victorian Sports Award was great recognition of the efforts of Premier Cricket umpire Darrell Holt.
The Victorian Vikings will be unveiled for the first time on Sunday when they tackle an All Stars outfit at Kardinia Park.
Former Test spinner Bryce McGain has joined a recent Cricket Victoria (CV) delegation to India as part of the Red Dust Role Model Tour.
Victorians have been part of a historic clean sweep at the Indoor World Cup with Australia winning all four sections of the tournament.
Being partially sighted or blind has not proved a hindrance to the hundreds of people across the country involved in blind cricket, as told by Daniel Paproth of the Melbourne Weekly Times.
Cricket Victoria is proud to announce Commonwealth Bank as the major partner of the Victorian Bushrangers and VicSpirit for the next 12 months.
An olive branch can go a long way.
Ringwood will take a significant step in the club's history this season when it fields a female side for the first time.
The Cricket Victoria (CV) Annual General Meeting was held last night at CV offices in Jolimont, with a number of significant announcements made and decisions taken.
Cricket Victoria regrets to advise of the passing last Friday July 29 of legendary cricket administrator and football broadcaster Bill Jacobs, aged 93. Bill had been battling a bout of pneumonia and passed away at Epworth Hospital.
The DEC Bushrangers have finalised their squad for the 2011-12 season where they will defend their Ryobi One-Day Cup trophy and chase their 29th Sheffield Shield title.
Cricket Victoria has today announced the Captain and Vice-Captain for the 2011-12 DEC Spirit squad.
Cricket Victoria yesterday helped facilitate an indoor cricket match at the MCG to raise community awareness about elder abuse.
In a new venture, Cricket Victoria have launched the first ever Milo In2CRICKET program customised especially for the Chinese Community.
Cricket Victoria last week announced that Regional Cricket Manager for the Central Highlands - Campbell Waring, has been appointed as the Victorian All Abilities team Coach for 2011.
Cricket Victoria's Community Cricket Department was today recognised for its efforts in breaking down boundaries through the Harmony in Cricket Program.
In a glittering night at the Crown Palladium, the state's finest cricketers and clubs were celebrated at the annual Cricket Victoria Gala Awards.
Handy all rounder, Molly Strano and wicketkeeper/batsman Dylan Kight have both walked away from season 2010-11 $1000 richer thanks to the Commonwealth Bank.
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