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  • Replacement of MCG turf surface underway

    MCG turf replacement works on September 29, 2014

    Sep 29, 2014

    Work has commenced today on a major turf replacement program which will see the entire MCG arena surface, almost 20,000 square metres, replaced in preparation for a bumper year of sport.

  • Study examines MCG deck to Melbourne Park

    MCG deck

    Sep 24, 2014

    The Victorian Government today announced it would investigate opportunities to connect the MCG to Melbourne Park, further enhancing Melbourne’s sport and entertainment precinct.

  • CUB partnership continues, Outer Bar debut

    A preview of The Outer Bar in the Ponsford Stand at the MCG.

    Sep 20, 2014

    Carlton & United Breweries will continue as official beer and cider supplier of the MCG for a further 10 years. The renewed partnership will see CUB invest in upgrading several facilities, starting with The Outer Bar in the Ponsford Stand.

  • Jim Stynes statue unveiled at MCG

    Tiernan Stynes sits with the statue of his late father, Jim Stynes, after the statue was unveiled outside the MCG on September 17, 2014.

    Sep 17, 2014

    Champion Melbourne Football Club ruckman, the late Jim Stynes, joined an illustrious group of sporting legends today with a statue unveiled in his honour outside the MCG as part of the Australia Post Avenue of Legends.

  • AFL Preliminary Final on Saturday

    2014 AFL Finals Series

    Sep 16, 2014

    Hawthorn will play Port Adelaide in an AFL Preliminary Final at the MCG on Saturday September 20 at 4.45pm.

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AN amazing hundred by Steve Smith helped Australia pull off a thrilling win over South Africa at the MCG to seal victory in the one-day series.

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JADE North puts the ball in his own net with 15 minutes left as Brisbane Roar’s gallant rearguard action is eventually undone by Melbourne Victory.

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CRICKET Australia chief James Sutherland wants an investigation into why crowd numbers have been so poor for the one-dayers against South Africa.

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ONE of Australian cycling’s most revered figures, Sir Hubert Opperman, has had his pioneering performances recognised alongside the champions of the modern era.

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MICHAEL Clarke will be named in Australia’s Test squad on Monday, but remains a long shot to actually play against India at the Gabba.

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