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Cricket’s back, but restricted

By Jackson Russell Cricket is set to return to regional Victoria after Cricket Victoria released its return to train and play plan on Friday. Cricket Victoria has provided clubs with a 25-page document that spells out...

Buttler to lead Kilmore

KILMORE Cricket Club wunderkind Josh Buttler has been named the A Grade captain-coach at the tender age of 22. Buttler takes over from wicketkeeper Matt Rose, who captained the side to a semi-final loss to...

Bell to coach Magpies

WALLAN District Cricket Club stalwart Stevie Bell has been named the Magpies’ coach for the 2020-21 season. Bell’s appointment comes after former coach Chris Vecchie stepped down during the off-season. Bell said coaching the club was...

Friendships trump sporting success

By Jackson Russell From coming to Australia as an eight-year-old, Sam Watts made his mark on the Tallarook Cricket Club, eventually named a life member and having the club’s pavilion named in his honour. Watts and...

Part of Kilmore’s cricket fabric

By Jackson Russell Lawrie Boyd has been part of the Kilmore Cricket Club and community cricket throughout the region for more than 60 years. He’s played and coached numerous premierships, and has also guided the Seymour...

Watts scoops the awards

With the Seymour District Cricket Association not being able to hold their presentation night due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the association has released its medallists and team of the year. Tallarook premiership captain Lachlan Watts took...

Laurimar on top in grand final

By Jackson Russell Laurimar has one hand on the Diamond Valley Cricket Association Mash Shield thanks to a seven-wicket haul from Steven Mitchell. The Power were able to bowl Bundoora Park out for 103 and get...

Tallarook wins back-to-back

By Jackson Russell Seven wickets from fast bowler Will Dundon has propelled Tallarook to back-to-back Seymour District Cricket Association A Grade premierships. Playing at home, the 61-run win over Yea gave Tallarook the first back-to-back A...

Romsey end season with win

Romsey finished the Gisborne and District Cricket Association McIntyre Cup season on the right note with a comfortable nine-wicket win over St Anthony’s. After bowling out St Anthony’s for 140 on day one and finishing...

Loss keeps Magpies out of finals

By Jackson Russell Wallan’s Johnstone Shield season is over after a seven-wicket loss to flag favourites East Sunbury at Greenhill Reserve. Wallan was bowled out for 140 on day one, with Ryan Cumberland making 34, captain...