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  • 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.

  • New version of MCG App is here!

    An Android smart phone

    Dec 20, 2012

    The MCG smart phone application has been upgraded and is now available for both iPhone and Android – and it’s free!

  • New wine serve at Boxing Day Test

    Dec 19, 2012

    Cricket fans at the MCG during next week’s Boxing Day Test will be the first in Australia to enjoy a new wine experience, the Minis Range from McLaren Vale’s Rosemount Estate and New Zealand’s Secret Stone.

  • Yarra Park water recycling project honoured

    Inside the water recycling facility that sits beneath Yarra Park, outside Gate 2 at the MCG.

    Dec 10, 2012

    The water recycling facility located in Yarra Park, adjacent to Gate 2 at the MCG, has been recognised with the Infrastructure Project Innovation Award at the Australian Water Association Awards (Victorian Branch).

  • 2013 AFL fixture released

    Sydney Swans players celebrate the 2012 AFL premiership on the MCG.

    Oct 31, 2012

    The MCG will host 45 matches in the 2013 AFL home and away season, commencing with Carlton v Richmond on Thursday March 28, followed by two other matches over the Easter weekend in Round 1.

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ADAM Scott is holding firm but world No.1 Rory McIlroy has faltered badly in the third round of the Australian Open.

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A DEEPLY emotional Michael Clarke broke down as he delivered a touching but agonising tribute to his friend and former teammate Phillip Hughes.

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CRICKET Australia has promised a review into player safety in light of the Hughes’ tragedy, with particular emphasis on helmet regulations.

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AS tough as the first steps will be, I hope Sean Abbott’s NSW teammates can coax him back into the practice nets at some stage, writes Allan Border.

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CRICKET Australia have handled the awful task that befell them after Phillip Hughes’ tragic accident with exemplary calm and dignity.

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