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  • Great prize on offer for MCG's two millionth footy fan this weekend.

    Football crowd entering Gate 2

    Aug 01, 2008

    Tonight’s Collingwood-Hawthorn AFL match could see the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) break the two million patron mark for the 2008 AFL home and away season and one lucky footy fan will walk away with a fabulous prize.

  • "All I ever wanted to do was run" - The Catherine Freeman Journey

    Jul 07, 2008

    Until September 30, a new focus-display in the National Sports Museum, located inside the MCG, will trace Catherine Freeman’s exceptional career.

  • Arrive early for Blues-Tigers MCG clash

    Richo Thumbnail

    Mar 20, 2008

    With Easter holiday traffic and an unusually early start time of 6.10pm, footy fans attending Thursday night’s opening match of the AFL season at the MCG are being urged to allow plenty of time to arrive for the match.

  • Vics defeat Bulls - no Pura Cup final at MCG

    Victorian fast bowler Clinton McKay

    Mar 09, 2008

    Victoria has survived a late fright to beat Queensland by six wickets inside three days at the MCG, but will have to travel to take on New South Wales in the Pura Cup final. Much like was the case on the opening day, Victorian opening bowler Clinton McKay was the star of the show.

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LIVE: IT’S been an eventful start to Day 7 with Usain Bolt denying he called the Games ‘s**t’ and Sally Pearson copping an astonishing spray from the Aussie head coach.

Herald Sun

AUSTRALIA’S head coach has described Sally Pearson as a “bad example” in an astonishing statement on the eve of her Games defence.

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IT was expected to bring the magic and the FFA Cup didn’t disappoint - with 32,00 tuning in on Fox Sports and many more on social media.

Herald Sun

PETER Siddle insists he’ll soon be bowling the 140km/h that will put him back in the baggy green

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AWESOME. That’s the only word I can think of that adequately describes my first-ever 24 Hour race, in Belgium last weekend, writes Craig Lowndes.

Herald Sun