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  • Making Their Mark: The MCG's Record Holders

    Kevin Bartlett, the man who has played the most VFL/AFL games at the MCG

    May 01, 2013

    The MCC Library has installed "Making their Mark: The MCG’s Record Holders", an exhibition of items relating to Kevin Bartlett’s unique MCG games record, and other VFL/AFL records and record holders at the MCG.

  • 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.

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THE triumphant Aussie cricket team has left itself open to criticism after drunken revelry while celebrating its World Cup victory.

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UNDER-FIRE and under the influence, Brad Haddin has shot back at the critics, saying the Kiwis deserved the berating he gave them.

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ONE of the Hunter Valley’s leading thoroughbred studs is expected to complete the purchase of unbeaten Golden Slipper winner Vancouver this week in a deal which values the colt at more than $40 million.

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PHILLIP Hughes’ tragic death rocked Australian cricket to core, but the popular batsman would have been proud of his former teammates for their courageous summer.

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AUSTRALIANS may be celebrating another Cricket World Cup triumph this morning, but the sentiment around the globe is one of disappointment.

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