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  • New Australian Cricket Hall of Fame inductees

    ACHoF inductees in 2014, Mark Waugh and Belinda Clark

    Jan 19, 2014

    Former Australian batsman Mark Waugh and former women’s captain Belinda Clark are this year's inductees into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.

  • Ticket advice for ODI on Sunday

    David Warner

    Jan 10, 2014

    Patrons are encouraged to pre-book tickets online before Sunday's ODI between Australia and England at the MCG to avoid queues at the gate. The match starts at 2.20pm.

  • Boxing Day crowd breaks record

    The MCG on Boxing Day 2013

    Dec 26, 2013

    A world record cricket crowd of 91,112 has turned out for the opening day of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.

  • Curator has Boxing Day pitch at the ready

    MCG head curator David Sandurski

    Dec 24, 2013

    The man in charge of the MCG pitch, MCC head curator David Sandurski, is feeling confident in what he's produced for the Boxing Day Test between Australia and England on Wednesday.

  • Record crowd tipped for Boxing Day

    Action from the 2010 Boxing Day Test at the MCG

    Dec 23, 2013

    Crowd of 85-90,000 is expected on the opening day of the Boxing Day Test between Australia and England at the MCG.

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JAMES Faulkner was man of the match while some big name Kiwis went missing in a one-sided World Cup final. See how every player rated.

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LED by an inspirational knock from captain Michael Clarke, Australia romped to victory over New Zealand in the World Cup final at the MCG.

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MITCHELL Starc capped an incredible World Cup after he was named Player of the Tournament in a series dominated by batsmen.

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FOR the Australian cricket team a long and trying season scarred by real-life tragedy would end with sporting triumph when they won the World Cup for the fifth time.

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STEVE Smith hit the winning runs after getting a massive stroke of luck courtesy of the Zing Bails, while Mitchell Starc gave Australia a dream start.

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