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  • Anzac Day - SOLD OUT

    Apr 24, 2012

    All remaining public seats and standing room tickets to the Anzac Day match between Collingwood and Essendon at the MCG on April 25 have sold out.

  • MCG named Melbourne’s favourite icon

    The vision board at the Punt Road end of the Melbourne Cricket Ground

    Apr 24, 2012

    Sports-mad Melbournians have reaffirmed the MCG’s place as the city’s most popular icon, according to new research released by community television station C31.

  • Carl-Coll public tickets sold out

    Chris Judd

    Apr 13, 2012

    Public tickets for tonight's Carl-Coll blockbuster have sold out.

  • Jim Stynes Tribute Hour - April 22

    Jim Stynes Tribute Match - Sunday April 22, 2012.

    Apr 10, 2012

    Melbourne Football Club and The Reach Foundation will together celebrate Jim Stynes' life at the MCG on Sunday April 22, prior to the Demons’ Round 4 clash against the Western Bulldogs.

  • Ticket and transport advice - Hawks v Pies

    Cyril Rioli

    Mar 30, 2012

    The MCC wishes to provide some important advice for patrons attending tonight’s AFL match between Hawthorn and Collingwood at the MCG, commencing at 7.50pm.

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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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