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  • MCG Community Day this Sunday!

    Young footy fans get into the action on MCG Community Day

    Sep 26, 2011

    The banners have been broken, the siren has sounded and the game has been won - but the 2011 AFL season will live for one more day with the annual MCG Community Day, presented by Cadbury on Sunday October 2.

  • Get your MCG Grand Final poster!

    MCG Grand Final Poster 2011

    Sep 25, 2011

    To commemorate grand final day at the MCG, the MCC has commissioned Australian artist Bob Shields to create a magnificent poster of footy moments that have captured the imagination of fans throughout the 2011 AFL season.

  • MCG turf sale after AFL Grand Final

    MCG arenas operations manager Cameron Hodgkins with a section of the MCG turf.

    Sep 24, 2011

    Sections of the famous MCG turf will be made available for public sale on Sunday October 2, the morning after this year’s AFL Grand Final, for one of the few occasions in its history.

  • Raptors to deter MCG seagulls this weekend

    Seagulls at the MCG

    Sep 22, 2011

    The MCC will conduct a one-off trial of raptors to deter seagulls at the MCG during the two AFL preliminary finals this weekend.

  • AFL preliminary finals - ticket update

    Sep 21, 2011

    The MCG will host both AFL Preliminary Finals between Collingwood-Hawthorn and Geelong Cats-West Coast. Public tickets are now on sale.

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JAMES Magnussen is back where it all started and he wants Australia to know he has become a better man for the journey he has taken to this moment.

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HURDLES champion Sally Pearson has conceded her interrupted preparation means she won’t be able to chase further glory in the 100m.

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MELBOURNE City is on the verge of signing decorated Slovenian midfielder Robert Koren as its international marquee player.

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ALASTAIR Cook is in the midst of the worst slump of his career, and Australia is at the heart of both the pinnacle and nadir of his career.

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CRANBOURNE trainer Shawn Mathrick doesn’t believe his talented mare Gig is simply making up the numbers in Saturday’s $150,000 Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield.

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