About Monash University Cricket Club

The Monash University Cricket Club has male and female teams competing in the Mercantile Cricket Association, Women's Community Competition, Eastern Cricket Association and Mid Year Cricket, with our top sides playing on turf pitches during summer. The club has over 200 active members competing and training at the Clayton and Caulfield Campuses. The Club welcomes players of all standards from beginners to the advanced, provides professional coaching, and is always looking for new players.

The club is officially affiliated with Monash University, and is partnered with Heatherton Cricket Club.

The Club is a Level 3 Good Sports Club.

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Monash University will be participating in the 2021 MYCA Winter season. It's a 35 over outdoor game played on synthetic pitches with a yellow ball.

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The following is a guide to how cricket can operate in both Regional Victoria and Metropolitan Melbourne in line with the respective State Government roadmaps to re-opening Victoria.

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We hope everyone is doing well in this current climate and you are all staying safe. The club has been working with Monash University, Glen Eira Council, Kingston Council, Cricket Victoria, the Mercantile Cricket Association and the Eastern Cricket Association, towards a return to play as soon as it is safe to do so. Whilst community cricket, training and matches are not currently permitted in any form in Victoria until the current Stage 4 and Stage 3 restrictions are lifted, the current restrictions are listed to continue until the 26th of October in our location as we are defined to live in the Metropolitan Melbourne area.

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