Cricket Victoria will be among state sporting organisations to participate in this year's Pride March held on Sunday in St Kilda.
Former Victorian captain Belinda Clark AM, together with Roger Allen OAM, Peter Frawley OAM, Graham Matthews OAM and Ray Sneddon OAM were all recognised for their contribution to Victorian cricket with Honours in the recent Australia Day ceremonies.
Cricket Victoria today launched Social Sixes, an exciting new take on cricket skills and fitness designed to grow female participation in the sport.
Victorians Jon Holland and Peter Handscomb are among the 15-player squad selected for the Qantas Tour of South Africa while Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch have been named in the 14-player squad for the Gillette T20 International Tri-Series against England and New Zealand.
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).
Shire of Cardinia, Kooweerup Cricket Club and Kooweerup Secondary College have commenced a partnership that demonstrates exceptional planning and development of sporting facilities in one of Melbourne's growth areas.
Cricket Victoria held its 50 Year Service Recognition Awards breakfast at the MCG on day three of the Ashes Test between Australia and England.
School Sport Victoria (SSV) are searching for talented youngsters to be nominated by schools for the state Under 12 cricket trials.
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.