The Melbourne International Cricket Academy was created to give overseas players the chance to train, play and live in Australia taking in the chance to gain an insight into cricket the “Aussie Way”. Established in 2007 students have come from all parts of the globe to spend time in Melbourne under the SBCC coaching team.
The Australian Cricket Institute is the largest private cricket coaching & player development company in Australia that specialises in Academies (9-17yo), Camps, Clinics, Tournaments & International Tours.
In partnership with the WACA, we are proud to offer international students the opportunity to improve their cricket skills and play cricket while studying. Open to eligible male and female students from around the world, our Cricket Excellence Program gives recipients the opportunity to study at Murdoch, while gaining exclusive access to a range of WACA and West Australian cricketing services and amenities.
Overview. The Sport Lived Cricket Academy gives you the chance to play and train in Melbourne, Australia's sporting capital. Our course provides the ultimate cricketing experience: you’ll receive elite coaching and have access to outstanding training facilities.
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The International Student Academy program aims to use cricket as the vehicle for student wellbeing (physical and mental) and help breakdown the associated barriers to social inclusion. As a result of this partnership, students will be better connected (international and local students) and become ambassadors for Victoria, our tertiary institutions and our sport.
Cricket Victoria recently commenced its International Student Academy (ISA) program which has been driven through Study Melbourne, Deakin University, Bendigo TAFE and Kangan Institute. The program uses cricket as the vehicle for creating social cohesion and breaking down associated barriers to inclusion that international students might face, allowing their wellbeing to prosper.
DLCA face off against Da Future Stars from Melbourne between 21st – 24th January, 2019 After months of preparation, the DLCA welcomed Da Future Stars to Adelaide for 4 days of actioned packed cricket. The academy from Melbourne engages predominantly local Australian players and were always sure to be a quality opposition in the…