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  • VicSpirit quartet depart - VicSpirit
    claiming 113 wickets in 133 matches After crossing from Western Australia in the off season Bolton showed her talent throughout the summer highlighted by two centuries in the WNCL which pushed her run tally to 400 the second highest in the competition Villani thanked Cricket Victoria and her teammates for their support throughout her career It is a very tough decision to move away from the VicSpirit Villani said The girls in the side are like family to me and playing and training with them is the reason why I love cricket so much I want to thank all the staff at Cricket Victoria and all the coaches and teammates that I ve had but in particular Dulip Samaraweera my batting coach who has always been there and Kelly Applebee who has been a mentor to me since I started with the VicSpirit when I was 16 Hunter also praised the VicSpirit support staff I want to thank VicSpirit s physio Alesha Gledhill Tunks who has been able to keep me on the park playing Hunter said Also to Dulip and Franky Jane Franklin their passion for the VicSpirit program is what makes it so great and all the players who have made the game fun over the past decade Cameron echoed her former teammates sentiments I have a lot to thank for where I am today to Cricket Victoria Cameron said I certainly wouldn t be playing for Australia without their development and I would like to make special mention to Tony Dodemaide who provides so much support and opportunities for the VicSpirit girls Bolton also thanked the VicSpirit squad for welcoming her this season The Victorian girls welcomed me with open arms and made it very easy for me to feel a part of the group Bolton said

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  • VicSpirit out to stop NSW streak - VicSpirit
    before Melbourne Cup before an away match against rivals New South Wales on November 22 New coach David Hemp has begun training with the squad which will be announced next week and is bringing his own coaching methods to the group I just think with any new coaching venture you are excited working with a new team and new people and the exciting thing is the challenge to try and find out where you can take individuals and develop their potential Hemp recently told cricket com au I understand they just fell short last season so the first port of call is to sit down one to one and carry out some discussions and group discussions to find out where the players and coaches think we are and what we need to do to take it to the next level Venues for all matches will be confirmed closer to the season with only the hosting state known at the moment The 2015 16 VicSpirit squad will be announced next week Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit fixture October 9 v Queensland in Queensland October 10 v Tasmania in Queensland October 12 v ACT in Queensland October 31 v South Australia in Victoria November

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  • David Hemp appointed as VicSpirit coach - VicSpirit
    one day internationals from 2006 to 2009 He has continued to play Twenty20 matches for the ICC associate nation and was the team s highest run scorer at the ICC Americas Region Division One Twenty20 tournament last month in Indianapolis Hemp is a qualified level four coach who had a coaching role with Australia s team for cricketers with an intellectual disability was an assistant with Prahran in Bartercard Premier Cricket and the director of coaching at Scotch College Cricket Victoria CEO Tony Dodemaide praised Hemp s credentials We are delighted to have David on board Dodemaide said He has international experience gained through his playing career in the UK and Bermuda and we look forward to the extra dimensions that he will bring to the VicSpirit program VicSpirit will be out to break New South Wales run of ten consecutive WNCL titles after losing the semi final this year despite finishing on top of the ladder Hemp will also coach one of the two Melbourne teams in the newly formed Women s Big Bash League which will begin this season The exact WBBL side that Hemp will coach will be determined this month 02 JUNE 2015 Dylan Atkinson Comments

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  • Lanning takes top prizes - VicSpirit
    to back in 2011 and 2012 Lanning was also the tournament s second highest run scorer after accumulating 445 runs at an average of 49 with the next best Victorian being Elyse Villani with 372 runs While in the WNCL Lanning was the leading run scorer in the competition with 440 runs coming at an average of 62 85 with the VicSpirit s Nicole Bolton the next to follow with

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  • Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit Season Preview - VicSpirit
    maiden one day international century against England in just her third match Rising Star Molly Strano The 2010 11 rookie has been elevated to the senior list this season The selectors are hoping she will provide the team another quality spin option She showed this in the Under 18 National Championship last season where she captured the Bowler of the Championship Award with 15 wickets Rookies Anna Lanning and Steph Townsend have been joined on the rookie list this season by Plenty Valley s Kirsty Lamb Lamb was a member of the successful Victorian Under 18 side She played seven matches during the national championships and claimed four wickets Lamb also took nine wickets at an average of 32 22 in the Premier Firsts Essteele Cup Pre Season Form The side has showed solid form in the pre season In mid September they travelled to Albury to take on the ACT in a one day match and a Twenty20 Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit had a tight win in the one day match and accounted for ACT easily in the Twenty20 Kathleen Hempenstall took six wickets in the two matches while Meg Lanning 37 41 Julie Hunter 42 3 35 and Jess Cameron 42 also performed well Fixture A highlight of the schedule is the Twenty20 match V ACT on January 7 which will be played before the inaugural BBL Melbourne Derby between the Melbourne Renegades and Melbourne Stars WNCL COMMONWEALTH BANK VICSPIRIT SCHEDULE October 29 V Queensland MCG November 12 V Western Australia Murdoch University November 26 V Tasmania Camberwell Sports Ground December 3 V New South Wales Blacktown International Sportspark 1 December 17 V South Australia Parkinson Oval January 8 V ACT MCG TBC Final TBC TWENTY20 COMMONWEALTH BANK VICSPIRIT SCHEDULE October 28 V Queensland MCG October 30 V Queensland

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  • Cameron nominated for ICC awards - VicSpirit
    90 from 87 deliveries against India in March and has now taken her career average to 39 18 She played 10 T20 Internationals during the year striking three half centuries 59 41 against New Zealand in Sydney 67 50 against India in Visakhapatnam and 68 54 also against India in Visakhapatnam Cameron will face stiff competition in the award including 2011 Women s Player of the Year Stafanie Taylor ICC Women s ODI Cricketer of the Year Jess Cameron Aus Shanel Daley WI Lydia Greenaway Eng Anisa Mohammed WI Mithali Raj Ind Sarah Taylor Eng Stafanie Taylor WI ICC Women s T20I Cricketer of the Year Jess Cameron Aus Shanel Daley WI Alyssa Healy Aus Anisa Mohammed WI Mithali Raj Ind Lisa Sthalekar Aus Sarah Taylor Eng Stafanie Taylor WI The long lists of nominations were made by a five man ICC selection panel chaired by former West Indies captain and current chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee Clive Lloyd The panel also includes former international players Clare Connor of England Tom Moody of Australia Carl Hooper of West Indies and Sri Lanka s Marvan Atapattu Winners will be announced in an awards ceremony set for September 15 in Colombo

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  • Contact Us - VicSpirit
    Spirit If so please fill out the form below Name Email Subject Message Keep up to date with the latest news MORE INFO Connect with the VicSpirit on Facebook LIKE US Follow the VicSpirit on Twitter FOLLOW Proudly sponsored by

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  • Privacy Policy - VicSpirit
    out below We will require parties that we disclose personal information to to keep the information confidential and not to use the information other than the purpose for which it is disclosed to them Health and sensitive information In some circumstances we may collect information about your health or other sensitive information about you for example information about your racial or ethnic origin We may use health information about you to ensure that cricket programs in which you participate are run safely and in accordance with any special health needs you may have and for insurance purposes In addition we may use de identified health information and other sensitive information to carry out research to prepare submissions to government or a government body or to plan events and activities De identified information is information which has been aggregated or otherwise de identified so that it cannot be used to identify you or any other individual When do we disclose your personal information We may disclose your personal information to our member associations and clubs organisations including the Other Cricket Associations involved in cricket and sporting programs and initiatives in Australia companies that we have engaged to carry out functions and activities on our behalf our professional advisers including our accountants auditors and lawyers our insurers the Victorian Institute of Sport and otherwise as required or authorised by law Our web site When you visit our web site our systems may record certain information about your use of our web site such as which web pages you visit and the time and date of your visit We use this information to help analyse and improve the performance of our web site In addition we may use cookies on our web site Cookies are small text files that help a web site to remember your preferences and improve your experience of using that web site Using cookies is standard practice for most large web sites In some cases the cookies that we use may collect some personal information about you We will treat this information in the same way as other personal information we collect about you If you prefer you may be able to disable cookies on your internet browser However if you do so you will not be able to enjoy the enhanced user experience that our cookies offer Websites linked to our website are not subject to our privacy standards policies or procedures These individual websites would need to be contacted or reviewed directly to determine their privacy standards policies and procedures Accuracy of your personal information We take all reasonable precautions to ensure that the personal information we collect use and disclose is accurate complete and up to date However we rely on the accuracy of personal information as provided to us both directly and indirectly If you find that the personal information we hold about you is inaccurate incomplete or out of date please contact us immediately our contact details are set out below and we will

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