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  • MCG underarm incident - 30 years on

    Trevor Chappell delivers Brian McKechnie an underarm delivery at the MCG on February 1, 1981.

    Feb 01, 2011

    The events of February 1, 1981 at the MCG are etched in history.

  • Last MCG Big Bash this Friday night

    Aaron Finch fielding during Victoria's Twenty20 Big Bash match against Tasmania at the MCG on January 15, 2010.

    Jan 27, 2011

    The final match in the Twenty20 Big Bash at the MCG this summer will be held between Victoria and South Australia on Friday January 28 at 7.00pm.

  • Rod Laver Arena footbridge closure

    Rod Laver Arena footbridge

    Jan 17, 2011

    During the Australian Open the footbridge connecting Rod Laver Arena and the MCG will be closed as a thoroughfare.

  • Watson steers Australia to record run chase

    Shane Watson during his innings of 161 not out at the MCG on January 16, 2011

    Jan 16, 2011

    Shane Watson's 161 not out has guided Australia to a six-wicket win against England in the one-day international at the MCG.

  • Celebrating 40 years of ODI cricket

    Keith Stackpole hooks John Snow at the MCG in the first ODI match, January 5, 1971.

    Jan 15, 2011

    The first one-day international (ODI) was played between Australia and England at the MCG on January 5, 1971.

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THE Wallabies’ Bledisloe drought will continue for another season after they were thumped 51-20 by the All Blacks at Eden Park.

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AN injury depleted Collingwood have staged a courageous comeback to beat the Giants by eight points and keep their finals hopes alive.

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ADELAIDE’S finals aspirations are covered with a black cloud after they dropped a fast-paced thriller against North Melbourne in sunny Hobart.

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EXCLUSIVE: NRL players did their own drug tests, and often substituted the urine of clean teammates to avoid positive swabs, according to late disgraced footballer Ryan Tandy.

Herald Sun

FORMER skipper Dom Cassisi has paid tribute to Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley for turning a “heartbroken’’ playing group into winners.

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