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Faulkner moves to Hurricanes

The Melbourne Stars thanks James Faulkner for his services to the Club after today’s announcement that the all-rounder has signed with the Hobart Hurricanes.


Full BBL H&A season confirmed in landmark broadcast deal

Melbourne Stars will play a full home and away season in BBL|08 with Cricket Australia announcing the additional matches as part of their landmark broadcast partnership with FOX SPORTS and Seven today.


Beams Injury Update

Melbourne Stars captain Kristen Beams has undergone surgery after sustaining a serious injury to her Achilles tendon.


Maxi and Osborne take top honours

Glenn Maxwell and Erin Osborne have claimed the Melbourne Stars’ Player of the Season awards at Cricket Victoria's State and Media Awards night.


Stars support This Girl Can - Victoria

The Melbourne Stars are proud to be partnering with This Girl Can – Victoria to celebrate women who are all kinds of active - no matter how well they do it, how they look or how sweaty they get.


Nic Maddinson becomes a Star

The Melbourne Stars has made its first move in rebuilding for the BBL|08 season, securing left-hand opening bat Nic Maddinson in a 3 year deal.


Stars go down in a close one

The Melbourne Stars have suffered a two run in a nail-biter at the MCG.


Pietersen propels Stars to upset victory

Kevin Pietersen delivers a player-of-the-match performance in his last BBL match to leave the Hurricanes with a nervous wait


Melbourne Stars joins with E.J. Whitten Foundation to promote "Time to Test"

Executive Director of the E.J. Whitten Foundation, Ted Whitten Jnr, has joined with Melbourne Stars batting coach David Hussey to promote the "Time to Test" program in support of men's health. Whitten said "Time to Test" was a community program which highlighted the importance of men being proactive about their health.


Stars cruise home against 'Canes

The Stars cruised to a seven-wicket win over the Hurricanes in a classy performance at the MCG


Thanks KP!

Kevin Pietersen is no stranger to the game of cricket. The right-handed batsman and occasional off spin bowler has played all formats of the game.