“No point saying it will be a normal match,” Yuvraj said. “You all expect us to win, the whole country expects us to win. We are doing the best we can and leaving the rest to God.” Pakistan vs. India for a spot in the World Cup Final…and everyone starts getting a little religious!
The Victorian Indigenous Cricket Team had a hit out against a composite side from the Master Blasters Corporate Twenty20 Cricket Competition, playing a Twenty20 match at Harry Trott Oval in Albert Park last Sunday. The match was held as part of the final training session for the Victorian representatives before they head off to the Imparja CupContinue reading “Vic Imparja Cup Team vs. Master Blaster Corporates”
Had fun catching up with the Police and Fire-ies at Victoria University in Footscray yesterday with cricket the vehicle to promote safety and harmony with international students. Full Report here. Commissioner Overland had obviously worked on his batting since our last hit out on Australia/Indian Republic Day! Having had some pretty difficult issues to faceContinue reading “Overland bowled over by George!”
Urban Seed’s Credo Cricket and Cricket Victoria partnered to do what they do best on Australia Day hosting a fun match between Victoria Police and Indian students who are friends of Urban Seed through our local connections with the Barkly Street Uniting Church Cricket Club and Footscray Baptist Church. Having run a well publicised streetContinue reading “Australia Day/ Indian Republic Day Harmony Cricket Match”
The Diwali Festival which is the Hindu/Indian Festival of Lights was held at the iconic Whitten Oval in Footscray this week. Urban Seed’s Credo Cricket got involved through local MP Marsha Thompson who was promoting the concept at the recent Harmony in Cricket Forum which discussed the current issue of social inclusion forContinue reading “Merv meets Boony at Diwali Festival”
by Kate Allen Once again, we are thrilled at what Credo Cricket has been able to inspire. In light of recent attacks on Indian students highlighted in the media, the Premier, Indian students, Victorian police as well as Bushrangers Damien Wright, John Hastings and Will Sheridan played in a six-a-side match recently at Birrarung Marr. Continue reading “Smashing cultural boundaries through cricket”
Laneway Cricket inspires match between Victoria Police and Indian Students Report from Urban Seed Report from The Age