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  • Dreamtime at the 'G on Saturday night

    Dreamtime at the 'G

    May 18, 2011

    The Dreamtime at the 'G match between Richmond and Essendon will be played this Saturday night at the MCG. The annual match is the highlight of Indigenous Round and is a celebration of Indigenous culture.

  • Car park closure at MCG for Hawks-Saints on Sunday

    The Hawks and Saints do battle at the MCG.

    May 14, 2011

    Due to heavy rain, Yarra Park will be closed for patrons driving to the Hawthorn v St Kilda match on Sunday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • Car park closure at MCG for Cats-Pies clash

    Action from a Geelong v Collingwood match at the MCG.

    May 12, 2011

    Due to heavy rain, Yarra Park will be closed for patrons driving to the Geelong Cats v Collingwood match tomorrow night at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • Pies hold off Dons in Anzac Day beauty

    Essendon's Kyle Hardingham outpoints Collingwood's Nick Maxwell on Anzac Day 2011

    Apr 25, 2011

    The 10th highest VFL/AFL crowd in history has seen Collingwood outlast a spirited Essendon by 30 points in an Anzac Day classic at the MCG.

  • Anzac Day - all tickets sold out

    Anzac Day at the MCG

    Apr 20, 2011

    All remaining public tickets for Anzac Day have sold out.

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COLLINGWOOD and Essendon is the biggest sporting show in town on Anzac Day, but the Storm insists its annual fixture is also here to stay.

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ALEX Leapai has sent an injury scare through his camp, complaining of a sore shoulder just days away from fighting Wladimir Klitschko.

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THE squads for this weekend’s A-League finals are in, with the biggest news out of Melbourne where Tom Rogic has missed out but Adrian Leijer is in.

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MARK Skaife has boldly declared that Jamie Whincup’s record-breaking V8 Supercars assault will come to a screaming halt this year.

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THE past and futures of Brisbane and Melbourne Victory are inextricably linked but their minds will be on the present come Sunday’s semi-final.

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