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  • 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.

  • Media champions join MCG Hall of Fame

    MCG Media Hall of Fame inductees Wayne Ludbey (left) and Rohan Connolly.

    Aug 30, 2011

    Richmond football great Kevin Bartlett has joined three of Australia’s best sports photographers and a trio of radio broadcasters among 10 new inductees to the MCG Media Hall of Fame.

  • Live betting odds on MCG scoreboards to end

    The vision board at the Punt Road end of the Melbourne Cricket Ground

    Aug 29, 2011

    The promotion of live odds gambling during AFL matches on the MCG scoreboards will be banned from next season, MCG Trust chairman John Wylie has confirmed.

  • Cricket: public tickets on sale

    Aug 23, 2011

    Tickets to all cricket matches in the 2011/12 season are now on sale to the public.

  • MCG's hidden history revealed

    The MCG

    Aug 22, 2011

    The "Hidden History of the MCG" exhibition at the National Sports Museum uncovers many secrets of this famous venue.

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FROM Michael Clarke lifting the trophy to Grant Elliott’s match-winning six and Wahab Riaz staring down Shane Watson, these moments defined the World Cup.

Herald Sun

AFTER the World Cup final, Shane Warne hovered over the triumphant Australians like the sad old uncle at an 18th birthday party, writes Richard Hinds.

Herald Sun

A $2 million pay day beckons for Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc, who are in the frame to be ranked No.1 on Cricket Australia’s lucrative contract list.

Herald Sun

BRAD Haddin appears set to follow Michael Clarke into retirement from one-day cricket.

Herald Sun

LEG spin is set to return to the Australian Test side, with Pakistan-born Fawad Ahmed expected to be named in the dual-squads for the Ashes and West Indies.

Herald Sun