We’re excited to launch this year’s annual national raffle, that now has a digital option for buying tickets. With great prizes to win, you can support our fundraising campaign to stage and grow the NCIC by buying a raffle ticket from your local Branch. Or by clicking here for direct, digital purchasing of tickets through…

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It is with great pleasure I report on the activities of Taverners Australia this year. Our Patron, His Excellency General The Hon David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) continued the active support of The Taverners, commenced by his predecessor Sir Peter Cosgrove. The Taverners were invited to participate in an open day at Government House and…

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Hi We are in the midst of some fantastic sport at present with AFL finals, and a win in the Test overnight. Tennis and golf, rugby and motor racing does tend to fill the TV waves at present. His Excellency General the Honorable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) has now formally accepted our position as…

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Hi It’s great to have cricket back with the Ashes in the UK. A great win overnight with Steve Smith on a roll, but his vulnerability once reaching 140s is a concern! We have received unofficial confirmation that General David Hurley will accept our request to become our Patron. We await official word and at…

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Victoria win 2019 Taverners Shield for intellectually impaired cricketers. Victoria best South Australia in the final of the 2019 indoor championships on Saturday at Cranbourne. The Taverners have sponsored this event for over 25 years and injected more than $500,000 in financial support. The Taverners offer congratulations to all players and officials on a great…

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It is with great pleasure I report on the activities of the Lord’s Taverners Australia this year. We have had a busy year and taken some very significant steps as The Taverners grow and refresh to enhance their position as Australia’s Cricket Charity. We took a significant step forward at our Canberra conference in February…

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Australian Cricket has launched its next five-year strategy (2017-2022), which provides direction for the sport around the country. Junior cricket is a key focus, particularly the roll-out of the new junior formats that will ensure children are enjoying the game more than ever, and staying engaged with us. We will also be committing more funding…

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The 2018 National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) will begin in Geelong tomorrow, with Australia’s best blind and vision impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, and cricketers with an intellectual disability competing for one of the three titles on offer. Now in its second year, the NCIC, which will feature 15 teams and more than 230…

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