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  • MCG to turn pink for breast cancer

    BCNA Pink match

    Mar 31, 2015

    Help turn the MCG pink in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia at the inaugural Pink Lady Match between Melbourne and Sydney Swans at the MCG on Saturday May 9.

  • Have a kick on the 'G!

    Mar 30, 2015

    Fans will be able to grace the hallowed MCG turf after the final siren for a kick-to-kick with their families and friends at nine of the ground’s 11 Sunday matches this AFL season.

  • Cricket to footy - in just four days

    A packed MCG during the ICC Cricket World Cup match at the MCG on February 22, 2015.

    Mar 20, 2015

    The MCG team faces a massive task to have the stadium ready for AFL action on April 2 - just four days after the Cricket World Cup Final.

  • MCG now even more accessible

    The Changing Places facility on Level of the Olympic Stand at the MCG.

    Mar 11, 2015

    The MCG has become one of the first venues in Victoria to introduce advanced accessible bathroom facilities for people with a disability.

  • MCG winds back clock on food prices

    Fans will enjoy lower food prices at the MCG in 2015 and beyond.

    Mar 02, 2015

    MCG fans will be able to purchase popular food and beverage items at prices not seen for a decade or more, following a new agreement that will set the MCG apart from every other Australian stadium.

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OFTEN-maligned Aussie NBA centre Andrew Bogut received some long overdue praise after a huge game for the Warriors in the Western Conference finals.

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RUSSIAN powerpuncher Alex Povetkin took just 91 seconds to destroy Mike Perez and earn a shot at the world heavyweight championship.

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CONTROVERSIAL Reds star James O’Connor didn’t just make the blooper of the season on Friday - he also had a dressing room blow-up with a teammate.

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KANE Williamson’s unbeaten 92 rounded off a fine day’s work for New Zealand in the first Test against England at Lord’s overnight.

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IF Australia is unlikely to host football’s World Cup in the foreseeable future, then maybe 2015 will be looked back on as the year that brought the next best thing

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