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  • MCG winds back clock on food prices

    Fans will enjoy lower food prices at the MCG in 2015 and beyond.

    Mar 02, 2015

    MCG fans will be able to purchase popular food and beverage items at prices not seen for a decade or more, following a new agreement that will set the MCG apart from every other Australian stadium.

  • Ticket details – 2015 AFL season

    Collingwood's Luke Ball and Geelong's Matthew Scarlett

    Mar 01, 2015

    Public tickets to MCG matches in the 2015 AFL season will go on sale on Friday March 20. Tickets go on sale in a priority period to eligible club members on Wednesday March 18.

  • Bumper crowd for MCG World Cup clash

    Part of the 84,336 people who watched the England-Australia Cricket World Cup match on February 14, 2015.

    Feb 14, 2015

    An MCG crowd of 84,336 has seen Australia defeat England by 111 runs in their ICC Cricket World Cup match tonight.

  • MCG to take stadium technology and fan engagement to new levels

    Feb 03, 2015

    Plans have been unveiled to turn Melbourne Cricket Ground into one of Australia’s most technically advanced and connected stadiums for fans, members and stakeholders.

  • Stadium Stomp MCG returns

    Stadium Stomp MCG 2014 action shot

    Jan 28, 2015

    Stadium Stomp, the ultimate stair climbing challenge, returns to the MCG on Sunday July 5.

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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.

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

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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.

Herald Sun

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.

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