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Beams set to lead Stars

The Melbourne Stars will begin a new era this summer with Australian leg-spinner Kristen Beams named captain today.

Border Bash is back

After the success of last season’s inaugural Border Bash which was attended by nearly 10,000 Albury-Wodonga residents, the Melbourne Stars and the Sydney Thunder are set to return to the Lavington Sports Ground on 12 December.

Ben Dunk and Jackson Coleman sign with the Stars

The Melbourne Stars has finalised its squad for the upcoming season with superstar batsman Ben Dunk and pace bowler Jackson Coleman both committing to the Club.

Hastings set to lead Stars

The Melbourne Stars has today announced all-rounder John Hastings as the Club’s captain ahead of the upcoming season.

Melbourne Stars Statement - Meg Lanning

The Melbourne Stars has today been advised that Meg Lanning will not be renewing her contract with the Club.

Meg Lanning update

The Melbourne Stars would like to wish Meg Lanning a speedy recovery after Cricket Australia today announced that the Australian and Stars captain underwent surgery on her right shoulder.

Stars set for Traralgon match

The Melbourne Stars will bring the Big Bash to the Latrobe Valley this pre-season following the announcement of a new partnership agreement with the Victorian Government at Traralgon Sports Stadium today.

Stars set to play more matches at the MCG

The Melbourne Stars will play nine matches - five men’s and four women’s - at the Melbourne Cricket Ground this summer after the KFC Big Bash League (BBL) and Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) schedules were announced today.

Trio of Stars named in Australia A squad

Cricket Australia today announced two 14-player squads for the Australia A tour of South Africa in July.

Lanning and Beams named in final ICC Women's World Cup squad

Melbourne Stars duo Meg Lanning and Kristen Beams have been named in Australia's final squad ahead of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup next month.

Stars named in preliminary ICC Women’s World Cup squad

Meg Lanning and Kristen Beams have been named in an extended 21-player Australian squad ahead of the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup in England and Wales.