The Victorian Blind Cricket Association held a ceremony on 13 February 2016 to celebrate the success of the Victorian Blind Cricket Team at the recent 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Championships. Victoria claimed victory in both the 40/40 and T20
The Victorian Blind Cricket Team is dual National Champions after clinching both the 40 over format Grand Final and T20 format Grand Final at the recent 33rd National Blind Cricket Championships held in Melbourne.
Victoria lead the points table with two wins. Day 3 commences tomorrow 31 Dec 2015 with Manukau South (NZ) v Victoria and Queensland v New South Wales. Scorecards can be viewed: Championships Scorecards
Minister for Sport, Tourism and Major Events, John Eren– 33rd National Blind Cricket Championship On behalf of the Victorian Government, welcome to our major events capital, Melbourne, proud host of the 33rd National B
We are pleased to announce the competing State squads in the upcoming 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Championships. 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Championships – 40 Over Competition 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Cham
The VBCA proudly support Cricket Victoria’s (CV) Harmony in Cricket message that cricket is a game for everyone. We proudly acknowledge that Victorian cricket clubs are a place where everybody, regardless of their cultural background, religion, gend
We are pleased to announce the fixture and draw for the upcoming 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Championships to be held in Melbourne 27th Dec – 7th Jan 2016. 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Championships Fixture Princes Park S
Check out the 33rd Australian National Blind Cricket Championships taking place across Princes Park and Fawkner Park. The event will showcase Australia’s best male and female blind cricketers in both T-20 and one day 40/40 formats, with some 70 athl