MEMBER for Lowan Hugh Delahunty has retained his two portfolios, Sport and Recreation and Veterans Affairs, in this week's State Government reshuffle.
Member for Swan Hill Peter Walsh has also retained his portfolios as Minister for Agriculture and Food Security and Minister for Water.
Mr Delahunty said he was extremely happy to keep his portfolios in Wednesday's Cabinet reshuffle.
"I have done a lot of work in the past few years and it is good to continue on," he said.
"In Veterans Affairs I have been involved in the organisation of the Anzac centenary celebrations and it is good to continue developing these activities in the next few years.
"I am also really pleased to stay on as Sports Minister. I have been heavily involved in sport all my life and it is something I am really interested in."
Changes in the reshuffle saw Peter Ryan removed as Police Minister and become the Minister for State Development.
Michael O'Brien is the new Treasurer, after being Minister for Gaming and Consumer Affairs.
Kim Wells was removed as Treasurer and is now the Minister for Police and Emergency Services and Minister for Bushfire Response.
Mr Delahunty said he thought the reshuffle would 'reinvigorate' the ministry.
"It has allowed us to all gather together and strengthen ourselves," he said.
"Now we can get on with governing for the well-being of Victoria."
Other changes include Richard Dalla-Riva, who has been removed from Cabinet. Heidi Victoria enters Cabinet as Minister for Arts, Minister for Women's Affairs and Minister for Consumer Affairs. Denis Napthine remains Racing Minister and Minister for Regional Cities.
The reshuffle comes one week after Dr Napthine was sworn in as Premier, replacing Ted Baillieu.