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  • MCG head groundsman departs

    Cameron Hodgkins

    Jul 19, 2012

    The Melbourne Cricket Club regrets to advise that arenas operations manager Cameron Hodgkins has tendered his resignation. Hodgkins has been in charge of turf operations at the MCG for the past four years, after a five-year stint as head curator at Bellerive Oval.

  • Parking advice - Geelong Cats v Collingwood on Saturday night

    Cars in Yarra Park

    Jul 13, 2012

    Yarra Park will be open for public vehicle parking at the Geelong v Collingwood match at the MCG on Saturday night. However, due to the wet condition of the park, only a limited number of spaces will be available.

  • Raptors in use to deter MCG seagulls

    Seagulls at the MCG

    Jul 12, 2012

    The MCC will conduct further trials of raptors to deter seagulls at the MCG during seven matches in the remainder of the 2012 AFL home and away season.

  • T20 Big Bash League schedule

    Action from a Melbourne Stars v Sydney Strikers match at the SCG in December, 2011.

    Jul 06, 2012

    The MCG will host four Melbourne Stars matches in the 2012/13 T20 Big Bash League, which has been released by Cricket Australia.

  • Yarra Park closure - AFL Round 15

    Cars in Yarra Park

    Jul 05, 2012

    Due to its wet condition, Yarra Park will not be used for public vehicle parking at the Collingwood-Carlton, Melbourne-Richmond and and Hawthorn-Greater Western Sydney AFL matches at the MCG this weekend.

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AUSTRALIAN team chiefs have defended the nation’s athletes over accusations the Commonwealth Games team have turned into “ugly Aussie’’ tourists.

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AUSTRALIA’S chef de mission Steve Moneghetti confirms controversial coach Eric Hollingsworth would be sent home immediately after his Sally Pearson tirade.

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FRANCOIS Etoundi has been stripped of his accreditation and evicted from the athletes’ village for an altercation with a Welsh athlete.

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ERIC Hollingsworth dramatically misread the situation. As a result the last image of him will be rushing out of Hampden Park with his tail between legs.

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YOU name it, it’s probably happened in an athletes’ village, including destroyed washing machines, dangerous rooms, police raids and even a sex den.

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