Melbourne Cricket Club - Women's Cricket
Find this page online at:
http://www.mcc.org.au/MCC Cricket/Female Cricket.aspx

    STEVE Smith should remain Australia’s Test captain and be appointed ODI skipper even if and when Michael Clarke does return, writes Ian Chappell.

    Melbourne City coach John van’t Schip hailed his ‘fighters’ after a win that lifted them into the six, but warned there’s a long way to go in the A-League race.

    MITCHELL Johnson has spearheaded Australia to a 2-0 lead in the Border-Gavaskar trophy, defeating India by four wickets at the Gabba.

    ONE day they were blowing up about the spice in their food. On Saturday it was the spice in the practice pitches, writes Robert Craddock.

    VOTE: JON Anderson names his Top 20 sports stars for 2014. Check them out and see if you agree.

    banner

    Women's Cricket

    MCC members who either wish to play or know others who are potential players at club level are encouraged to contact Marcella Torre on 0419 272 675.

    -------------------------------------------------

    'COME AND TRY' DAY - SEPTEMBER 21, 2014

    MCC women's cricket action at the Albert GroundThe Melbourne Cricket Club is holding a ‘come and try’ day for females of all ages on Sunday September 21 from 10.00am at the Albert Cricket Ground in St Kilda Road, Melbourne.

    Representatives from the MCC Premier women’s teams and accredited MCC coaches will co-ordinate the two-hour session, designed to introduce women of all ages to the game in a fun and friendly manner.

    Some who attend may wish to take up playing club cricket on a regular basis, others might just enjoy a day of ‘giving it a try’.

    Entry is free and you do not need to be an MCC member to participate.

    Those interested in attending are asked to register by emailing clubservices@mcc.org.au, where we will also respond to any queries that you might have.

     

    • © Melbourne Cricket Club 1838 - 2014 |
    • Home |
    Copyright © 1838 - 2009 Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) | www.mcc.org.au