Bendigo cricketers Xavier Crone and Tayla Vlaeminck have had their Victorian cricket contracts renewed.
Crone and Vlaeminck were this week named in Victoria's cricket squads for the 2019-20 season.
Crone, who was a key member of Carlton's first XI premiership side, earned his first state contract in 2016-17 and has been a part of the squad since then.
The Victorian squad is made up of 31 players, which includes six rookies.
One of those rookies is Sam Elliott, who played a couple of years of junior cricket in Bendigo.
Sam is the son of former Victorian and AUstralian opening batsman Matthew Elliott.
Vlaeminck is among 19 players named on the Victorian women's contract list, including new recruit Ellyse Perry.
Perry has moved to Melbourne with her husband and Melbourne Rebels player Matt Toomua.
Vlaeminck was a member of Australia's T20 World Cup winning squad last year and made her one-day international debut against Pakistan.
Her Australian summer season was cut short by a knee injury suffered at Melbourne Renegades training.
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