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MCG Season Fixtures

2014 AFL Home and Away Season 

Aug 23 Hawthorn v Geelong Cats 7.40pm
Aug 24 Richmond v St. Kilda 4.40pm
Aug 29 Collingwood v Hawthorn 7.50pm
Aug 30 Carlton v Essendon 1.45pm

2014 AFL Finals Series

Sep 5/6/7 Week 1 Finals - schedule to be confirmed
Sep 12/13 Week 2 Finals - schedule to be confirmed
Sep 19/20 Preliminary Finals - schedule to be confirmed
Sep 27 AFL Grand Final

2014/15 Cricket Season 

Boxing Day Test
December 26-30: Australia v India

T20 International
November 7: Australia v South Africa

One-day internationals
November 21: Australia v South Africa
January 16: Australia v India

T20 Big Bash League
December 20: Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes
January 5: Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers
January 10: Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades
January 21: Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers
January 24: Semi Final (if Melbourne Stars hosting)
January 25: Semi Final (if Melbourne Stars hosting)
January 28: Final (if Melbourne Stars hosting)

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
February 14: Australia v England
February 22: South Africa v India
February 26: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh
March 19: Quarter Final
March 29: Final

Sheffield Shield
October 31-November 3: Victoria v New South Wales
November 25-28: Victoria v Western Australia

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