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  • Secrets of the MCG - with "KB" and "Tangles"

    Kevin Bartlett

    Aug 15, 2011

    Hear Kevin Bartlett and Max Walker tell their stories as part of Secrets of the MCG forum in the National Sports Museum on Thursday August 25.

  • AFL finals ticket prices

    2010 Grand Final Replay between Collingwood and St Kilda.

    Aug 12, 2011

    The AFL has announced prices for the 2011 AFL finals series, including the grand final.

  • Stars to rock the 'G in Big Bash

    Melbourne Stars captain Cameron White

    Aug 01, 2011

    The MCG-based Melbourne Stars are set to break crowd records when the 2011/12 Big Bash League Twenty20 competition gets under way in December.

  • MCG iPhone App is here!

    iPhone

    Jul 29, 2011

    The MCG iPhone application is now available – and it's FREE! There are numerous features to help MCG patrons – and it's a great way to keep in touch with your favourite stadium. Download it today!

  • Big crowd for Pies vs Bombers on Sunday

    Action from the 2011 Collingwood v Essendon match on Anzac Day

    Jul 28, 2011

    Up to 80,000 people are expected to attend Sunday's AFL clash between Collingwood and Essendon at the MCG. The match commences at 2.10pm and tickets are still available through Ticketek.

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MICHAEL Clarke hit a half-century to take Australia within touching distance of victory in the World Cup final against New Zealand. FOLLOW IT LIVE

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BRAD Haddin came under social media fire for his behaviour in the World Cup final with a former player calling him a ‘Muppet’.

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SEBASTIAN Vettel has turned the tables on Mercedes, emphatically taking out the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.

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AUSTRALIA’S aggressive approach with bat and ball will prove too difficult for “little brother” New Zealand to handle in the World Cup final, writes Ian Chappell.

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IT may be a Cricket World Cup final but Richard Hinds still attempts to move the sledging of New Zealand beyond those childish sheep jokes.

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