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  • Stadium Stomp: Experience the MCG like never before!

    Stadium Stomp MCG

    Apr 30, 2013

    Australia’s longest consecutive stair climb challenge, Stadium Stomp, will be held for the first time at the MCG on Sunday June 16.

  • Liverpool FC match - ticket update

    Liverpool's Steven Gerrard

    Apr 29, 2013

    The current allocation of tickets to the Melbourne Victory v Liverpool match on July 24 at the MCG has exhausted.

  • Melbourne Victory v Liverpool: Ticket update

    Liverpool's Steven Gerrard

    Apr 11, 2013

    The public ticket allocation for the Melbourne Victory v Liverpool FC match on July 24 is currently exhausted. Please stay tuned for updates regarding a further ticket release.

  • MCG chef is Asia-Pacific chocolate master

    Deniz Karaca, MCG Chef de Cuisine Pastry, has been awarded the Australian National Selection at the World Chocolate Masters.

    Apr 09, 2013

    MCG executive pastry chef Deniz Karaca has been crowned Asia-Pacific Chocolate Master at a world-class competition in Taiwan.

  • John Coleman to join sporting legends at MCG

    John Coleman

    Mar 27, 2013

    Champion Essendon full-forward John Coleman will be the 13th sporting legend to be immortalised with a bronze statue outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground as the next addition to the Australia Post Avenue of Legends.

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FIRST video and pics: NRL player Alex McKinnon has spoken publicly for the first time about his horrific neck injury.

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COLLINGWOOD and Essendon is the biggest sporting show in town on Anzac Day, but the Storm insists its annual fixture is also here to stay.

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TWENTY years on from the crash the changed motorsport history, Bruno Senna reflects on the death of his uncle, F1 legend Aytron Senna.

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JASON Bright has continued his frontrunning start in New Zealand, winning V8 Supercars’s first race on Anzac Day at Pukekohe.

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WITH just a handful of games left, there are still nine teams battling relegation — and the financial doom that often accompanies it.

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