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  • Vale, Jill Lindsay

    Jill Lindsay

    Feb 08, 2011

    The MCC is saddened by the passing of Jill Lindsay and offers its condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Jill.

  • Taylor, Walters inducted into Hall of Fame

    Doug Walters (left) and Mark Taylor after being inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.

    Feb 06, 2011

    Former Australian captain Mark Taylor and middle-order batsman Doug Walters have been announced as this year's inductees into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame at the MCG.

  • 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.

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PHILLIP Hughes stepped up to the crease at the SCG on Tuesday and was soon he on his way to what promised to be his 27th first-class century. But at 2.23pm the world stopped.

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CRICKET Australia has promised a review into player safety in light of the Hughes’ tragedy, with particular emphasis on helmet regulations.

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AS tough as the first steps will be, I hope Sean Abbott’s NSW teammates can coax him back into the practice nets at some stage, writes Allan Border.

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CRICKET Australia have handled the awful task that befell them after Phillip Hughes’ tragic accident with exemplary calm and dignity.

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HE is the patriach of cricket in Australia. Now Richie Benaud has lent his evocative narration to Channel 9’s powerful tribute to Phillip Hughes.

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