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Victorian Bushrangers

The Bushrangers celebrate their Sheffield Shield victory.Of all states involved in domestic cricket, Victoria has established itself as one of the proudest and most successful in history.

The Victorian Bushrangers plays its home matches at the MCG. The Cricket Victoria headquarters are also located just a short stroll from the MCG in Jolimont Terrace.

Victoria boasts a list of greats such as Warwick Armstrong, Bill Woodfull, Bill Ponsford, Chuck Fleetwood-Smith, Hugh Trumble, Lindsay Hassett, Dean Jones, Merv Hughes, Jack Ryder, Bill Lawry, Bob Cowper, Alan Connolly and Ian Redpath.

Victorian Bushrangers, 2010/11 Ryobi Cup championsMore recently the tradition has been continued by Shane Warne, Paul Reiffel, Damien Fleming, Matthew Elliott, Brad Hodge, Andrew McDonald and emerging youngsters Peter Siddle, James Pattinson and Clint McKay.

Victoria has won 28 Sheffield Shield/Pura Cup titles, including back-to-back in 2008/09 and 2009/10.

Under the leadership of senior coach Greg Shipperd and captain Cameron White, the Bushrangers have a young list with depth and many emerging stars. 

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