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  • Australian Cricket Hall of Fame inducts McGrath and Turner

    Glenn McGrath

    Feb 03, 2013

    Former Australian fast bowlers Glenn McGrath and Charlie Turner will be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame at the 2013 Allan Border Medal tomorrow night in Melbourne.

  • Hughes debut ton guides Aussies home

    Phil Hughes celebrates his century on debut in the one-day international at the MCG on January 11, 2013.

    Jan 11, 2013

    Opener Phil Hughes became the first Australian to score a one-day international century on debut in the home side's 107-run win over Sri Lanka in front of a crowd of 27,461 at the MCG.

  • Record crowd at T20 Melbourne Derby

    Shane Warne and Marlon Samuels in a confrontation at the MCG during the T20 BBL match on January 6, 2013.

    Jan 06, 2013

    An MCG crowd of 46,581 - an Australian domestic cricket record - saw Melbourne Renegades defeat crosstown rivals Melbourne Stars by nine wickets with seven balls to spare in their T20 Big Bash League match on Sunday night.

  • Day 4 ticket refunds

    Action from the 2010 Boxing Day Test at the MCG

    Dec 28, 2012

    Patrons who purchased tickets to Day 4 of the Boxing Day Test may be eligible for a refund under the terms of Cricket Australia’s 2012/13 National Refund Policy.

  • Neil Harvey to join greats with MCG statue

    Australian cricket great Neil Harvey

    Dec 26, 2012

    A bronze statue of Australian cricket great Neil Harvey will be placed outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) next year in the latest instalment of the Australia Post Avenue of Legends.

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WITH an internal probe being launched and the players’ wives - but not girlfriends - on their way, India’s tour of Australia is getting rather chaotic.

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AUSTRALIAN cycling star Simon Gerrans has broken his left collarbone in training, ruining his home season.

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UNCAPPED Queenslander Joe Burns has beaten former Test opener Ed Cowan to the punch and will play for Australia in the Boxing Day Test.

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ROBERT CRADDOCK: Picking an in-form Joe Burns is a positive move, with Australia carrying two batsmen who have long been more style than results.

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