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  • Irishman Stynes to join MCG sporting legends

    Jim Stynes

    Feb 21, 2014

    Former Melbourne FC champion ruckman, the late Jim Stynes, has been chosen as the next athlete to be immortalised with a bronze statue outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • Largest scoreboards at an Australian stadium unveiled at MCG

    One of two, new scoreboards at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

    Dec 16, 2013

    Two new, state-of-the-art scoreboards were unveiled at the Melbourne Cricket Ground today, further enhancing its reputation as a world-class sports and entertainment venue.

  • MCC extends ticketing partnership

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    Oct 03, 2013

    Ticketek will continue as the ticketing services partner of the Melbourne Cricket Ground for a further five years, following the completion of a competitive tender process.

  • John Coleman statue unveiled at MCG

    John Coleman statue in Australia Post Avenue of Legends

    Sep 18, 2013

    Champion Essendon full-forward John Coleman joined an eminent group of sporting legends today with a statue unveiled in his honour outside the MCG as part of the Australia Post Avenue of Legends series.

  • New vision boards set for MCG

    Aug 15, 2013

    The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) will house the largest vision boards at an Australian sports stadium when two new, state-of-the-art screens are scheduled for installation in time for the 2013 Boxing Day Test.

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ANGEL di Maria gets hooked again, Vincent Kompany is dropped, while only the Bundesliga’s Wolfsburg have had a better 2015 than Liverpool.

Herald Sun

KYLE Coetzer has become the first Scotland player to post a World Cup century but Bangladesh chased down a big total in Nelson.

Herald Sun

UPDATE: QUEENSLAND Reds star Karmichael Hunt has been fined $30,000 by the Australian Rugby Union and suspended for six weeks after pleading guilty to cocaine charges.

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AUSTRALIA produced a record-breaking thumping of Afghanistan at the World Cup - yet some still need to lift their game. Here’s our verdict on each player’s contribution.

Herald Sun

AUSTRALIAN captain Michael Clarke is confident a Shane Watson-less batting order is still strong enough to win the World Cup.

Herald Sun