Cricket Victoria recently commenced its International Student Academy (ISA) program which has been driven through Study Melbourne, Deakin University, Bendigo TAFE and Kangan Institute.
Community Cricket Programs: On Common Ground continue to deliver directly to grassroots cricket as the Victorian Government, Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia announce over $250,000 to grassroots cricket clubs across Victoria.
South Australia will depart Geelong as champions of both the intellectual disability and deaf and hard of hearing divisions of the National Cricket Inclusion Championships after a hugely successful final day in Geelong.
Cricket Victoria today launched Social Sixes, an exciting new take on cricket skills and fitness designed to grow female participation in the sport.
The first Women and Girls Forum was hosted at the MCG on Saturday 20 January, prior to the WBBL derby between the Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades.
The National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) are back for their second installment from 21 - 27 January, 2018 with three divisions on show; blind, deaf (and hard of hearing) and a division for cricketers with an intellectual disability (ID).
Cricket Victoria is excited to host the first Women and Girls Cricket Forum, which will be held at the MCG on Saturday January 20th, ahead of the Rebel WBBL match between the Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades.
Cricket Victoria, in partnership with VicHealth have developed Social Sixes, an exciting, fun and fresh new take on cricket, specifically designed to encourage female participation.
Cricket Victoria is pleased to announce the inaugural A Sport For All Awards - Victoria, to be held on March 21, 2018.
Cricket Victoria continues to focus on new junior cricket formats to instill a focus on enjoyment, participation, player retention and skill development.