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  • 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.

  • Hawks and Swans in MCG Semi Final

    Action from the Hawks-Swans at the MCG

    Sep 11, 2011

    The MCG will host the AFL Second Semi Final between Hawthorn and Sydney Swans on Friday September 16 at 7.45pm. Tickets to members of the competing clubs will go on sale on Monday at 9.00am.

  • MCG ticket update: First week of AFL finals

    2010 Grand Final Replay between Collingwood and St Kilda.

    Sep 08, 2011

    The MCG will host three matches in the first week of the 2011 AFL Finals Series, commencing on Friday September 9 with a qualifying final between Geelong Cats and Hawthorn.

  • Bumper year for AFL crowds at MCG

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

    Sep 04, 2011

    More than 2.53 million people watched an AFL match at the MCG in the 2011 home and away season, an average of 53,972 per game.

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OFTEN-maligned Aussie NBA centre Andrew Bogut received some long overdue praise after a huge game for the Warriors in the Western Conference finals.

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RUSSIAN powerpuncher Alex Povetkin took just 91 seconds to destroy Mike Perez and earn a shot at the world heavyweight championship.

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CONTROVERSIAL Reds star James O’Connor didn’t just make the blooper of the season on Friday - he also had a dressing room blow-up with a teammate.

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KANE Williamson’s unbeaten 92 rounded off a fine day’s work for New Zealand in the first Test against England at Lord’s overnight.

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IF Australia is unlikely to host football’s World Cup in the foreseeable future, then maybe 2015 will be looked back on as the year that brought the next best thing

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