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  • MCG unveils new turf lighting system

    Arena lighting

    May 05, 2009

    MCG ground staff today commenced installing a new arena lighting system at the MCG, designed to improve turf growth during the winter months.

  • MCC and MCG Trust make offer to AFL clubs

    The MCG

    Mar 24, 2009

    At a meeting with the AFL and AFL clubs last Friday, the MCC – with the support of the MCG Trust - made an offer to Victorian-based clubs to increase their financial return from home matches staged at the MCG.

  • The music communicaty unite for two very special benefit concerts

    Sound Relief Logo

    Feb 24, 2009

    The devastation of the current Victorian bushfires has left few unaffected. In response to our nation’s greatest ever natural disaster, Australia’s music community have banded together for two stadium benefit concerts scheduled to run simultaneously in both Melbourne and Sydney on Saturday March 14, 2009 under the unified banner of Sound Relief.

  • MCC, MCG pitch in for bushfire appeal

    Feb 19, 2009

    The Melbourne Cricket Club and Melbourne Cricket Ground Trust have today announced a donation of $150,000 to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.

  • Cricket Victoria and Melbourne Cricket Club reach long-term agreement

    Nov 25, 2008

    Cricket Victoria and the MCC have agreed to key terms that will see all international cricket scheduled in Victoria played at the MCG until March 2019 along with the majority of domestic cricket matches.

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