Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley today launched Absolutely Everyone: State Disability Plan 2017-2020 at the Victorian Blind Cricket Association's Twenty20 cricket match between the Renegades and the Stars.
In partnership with Sport and Recreation Victoria, Cricket Victoria is pleased to provide funding to the Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association (MAACA) for the 2016/17 season.
In partnership with Sport and Recreation Victoria, Cricket Victoria is pleased to announce funding will be provided over two seasons to the Victorian Blind Cricket Association (VBCA).
Cricket Australia today announced the National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) will be held in Geelong for the next three years with the support of a multi-year investment from the Victorian government.
The first official all-abilities club competition in Australia concluded in dramatic circumstances last Sunday with Yarraville Club claiming a last-ball victory over Skye.
Casey Fields played host to the tenth instalment of the Lord's Taverners Victorian All-Abilities Cricket Carnival over the weekend.
The Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association (MAACA) is a newly formed association and the 77th recognised by Cricket Victoria.
The Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association (MAACA) launched their inaugural season on Sunday October 25 at Moorleigh Reserve in East Bentleigh.
Cricket Victoria welcomed the Melbourne All Abilities Cricket Association (MAACA) as the 77th cricket association of Victoria on Sunday.
Coaches from across Victoria gathered at Deakin University to gain valuable insights and develop their knowledge at the All Abilities Coaching Seminar.