What cricket means to us – Part 3: a way back into sport
Third in our series exploring what cricket means to us, we hear from Kal about how the organisation Proud 2Continue Reading
What cricket means to us – Part 1: a chance to compete
In the first part of our series exploring what cricket means to us, Dylan Nichols meets Hamish McKenzie, a former player and current administrator of blind cricket in Australia.
What does cricket mean to us?
How would a summer without cricket affect those who play, watch and love the game? We find out.
What cricket means to us – Part 2: a link to the past
In part two of our series exploring what cricket means to us, Dylan Nichols meets Trevor*, and learns how cricket hasContinue Reading
Cricket bringing different cultures together
The Nepalese Association of Victoria ran a multicultural cricket tournament over the Easter weekend of 2017, bringing together cricketers from Nepal, India, Sri Lanka and Bhutan.
Cricket, relationships and resilience – The Soldiers’ XI exhibition
A new exhibition in Melbourne takes us inside the experience of modern combat, through a collection of 11 cricket bats and the stories behind them.
Ocean 12’s winning ways
In Sydney’s west, a team of Sri Lankans – most of them Tamil refugees – is playing cricket to find support, learn English, integrate into Australia and take their minds off their uncertain visa status. And they’re winning.
Going beyond the borders
One woman’s vision for equity for her cricket-playing daughters is making waves in the East Asia-Pacific Region.