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  • Are you ready to Stomp the MCG?

    Action from Stadium Stomp 2013

    Apr 30, 2014

    Australia’s longest consecutive stair climb challenge, Stadium Stomp MCG, will again be held at the MCG on Sunday July 6, 2014.

  • Scoreboards recognised on global scale

    One of two, new scoreboards at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

    Apr 08, 2014

    The two new MCG scoreboards have been recognised on a global scale, shortlisted in the Project of the Year category at the 2014 Stadium Business Awards.

  • Sleep at the 'G and help fight homelessness

    Sleep at the 'G logo

    Mar 28, 2014

    Following the success of last year's inaugural event, the MCG will again open its doors in 2014 for Melbourne City Mission’s Sleep at the ‘G on Thursday May 22.

  • Rite of Passage returns!

    Action from MCG Rite of Passage in 2011

    Mar 26, 2014

    The annual MCG Rite of Passage event will be held on Saturday May 17 prior to the Richmond v Melbourne match. Registrations will be accepted from April 10 at 9.00am until April 11 at 4.00pm.

  • ANZAC Day - public ticket update

    Mar 26, 2014

    The public allocation of tickets for the ANZAC Day match at the MCG is now exhausted. More tickets may become available as a result of unused club, AFL or corporate allocations.

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UPDATE: A number of past and present Sharks players have been offered one-year suspensions - back-dated to November 1 2013 - if they admit taking banned substances.

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SEVENTEEN players from Cronulla’s 2011 squad have been handed show cause notices by ASADA. So where are they now and what does it mean to them?

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THE timeline of the drama which started back in February 2013 on what was described as the “blackest day in Australian sport”.

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TWO clubs, two codes, two investigations with plenty of parallels. Here’s how the ASADA probe played out at Cronulla compared with Essendon.

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CRONULLA captain Paul Gallen is desperate for closure on the scandal surrounding him and his club but says if he accepts a ban his reputation will be ruined.

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