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  • 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.

  • New ticketing partner for MCG in 2009

    Nov 07, 2008

    The MCC and Ticketek Pty Ltd today announced that Ticketek has been awarded the Ticketing and Access Control services contract at the MCG, effective for five years from March 1, 2009.

  • Champions on the move to the MCG

    Champion racehorse of the 1930s and 40s, Ajax

    Sep 05, 2008

    Champions, the Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, will move from its current location at Federation Square to become part of the highly acclaimed National Sports Museum at the MCG.

  • 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.

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MITCHELL Starc almost helped Australia pull off a great escape before a six by Kane Williamson sealed a dramatic one-wicket win for New Zealand.

Herald Sun

JAMIE Whincup continued his record breaking weekend at the Clipsal 500 by equalling Mark Skaife’s record of 90 race wins to become the second greatest race winning driver in V8 history.

Herald Sun

IT WAS heralded as a massive coup in the battle of the footy codes. AFL’s most powerful man helped make a play for a rugby league superstar and managed to snare him.

Herald Sun

West Indies skipper Jason Holder says all he could think of when AB de Villiers “took me apart” was to get the South Africa captain off strike.

Herald Sun

WEST INDIES suffered the heaviest ever World Cup defeat as South Africa captain AB de Villiers smashed the fastest 150 in the history of one-day cricket.

Herald Sun