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  • Three million reasons to smile

    The MCG's three-millionth patron Jane MacCallum with MCG events manager Trevor Dohnt

    Oct 04, 2011

    The 2011 AFL season was highly successful for MCG attendances, with the ground's three-millionth patron for the season clicking through the turnstiles at the AFL Grand Final.

  • Cricket corporate hospitality packages

    An exclusive MCG corporate suite

    Oct 02, 2011

    MCG corporate hospitality bookings are now open for the 2011/12 international cricket season. Book your package now and secure great entertainment at the MCG for your guests and a stress free summer for you.

  • MCG ready for AFL Grand Final

    Collingwood's Luke Ball and Geelong's Matthew Scarlett

    Sep 30, 2011

    All is in readiness at the MCG for the 2011 AFL Grand Final between Collingwood and Geelong Cats on Saturday. The match commences at 2.30pm and public gates open at 11.00am. A crowd of 98,000-100,000 is expected.

  • Great Southern Stand plans unveiled

    An artist's impression of the new-look Great Southern Stand

    Sep 28, 2011

    Work on a $55 million upgrade of the Great Southern Stand at the MCG will commence shortly after the 2011 AFL Grand Final. Construction Engineering has been appointed as project builder.

  • 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.

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VIDEO: look back at the vital moments that delivered Australia the country’s first major international trophy on a pulsating night of action.

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SHORTLY after 8.15 last night, Serena Williams was buckled over with her head buried in a towel.

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ANGE Postecoglou said he never lost faith in his side, despite South Korea temporarily looking like spoiling the Socceroos’ Asian Cup party in the final.

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EACH member of the Sydney Sixers’s Big Bash final XI has been fined $500 and captain Moises Henriques suspended for one match after falling foul of cricket’s crackdown on slow over rates.

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THE Socceroos are the champions of Asia, James Troisi’s extra time goal securing a thrilling victory over Korea Republic. Re-live the action.

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