Melbourne Cricket Ground - Latest News
  • MCC Logo
  • NSM Logo
 

Latest News

  • Jim Stynes Tribute Hour - April 22

    Jim Stynes

    Mar 21, 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.

  • MCG milestone will be hard to beat

    The MCG at capacity for the 2007 AFL Preliminary Final between Geelong and Collingwood.

    Mar 13, 2012

    The MCG is about to join what we suspect is a very exclusive club when, sometime during 2012, the grand old stadium records its 100 millionth patron to have attended a VFL/AFL game at the venue.

  • Public tickets to AFL matches on sale

    Mar 06, 2012

    General public reserved seats to AFL home and away matches at the MCG in 2012 went on sale via Ticketek on Tuesday March 6 at 9.00am.

  • Warne joins Australian Cricket Hall of Fame

    Shane Warne in action at the MCG during the 2006 Boxing Day Test.

    Feb 26, 2012

    Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne will be inducted into the MCG's Australian Cricket Hall of Fame at the 2012 Allan Border Medal tomorrow night in Melbourne.

  • Twenty20 action at the 'G on Friday night

    David Warner

    Feb 02, 2012

    Some of the world's best Twenty20 cricketers will take centre stage at the MCG on Friday night for the Australia v India international commencing at 7.35pm. Public tickets are available through Ticketek.

Print this page

PHILLIP Hughes stepped up to the crease at the SCG on Tuesday and was soon he on his way to what promised to be his 27th first-class century. But at 2.23pm the world stopped.

Herald Sun

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

Herald Sun

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.

Herald Sun

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

Herald Sun

HE is the patriach of cricket in Australia. Now Richie Benaud has lent his evocative narration to Channel 9’s powerful tribute to Phillip Hughes.

Herald Sun