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  • Turf works on in earnest

    The MCG on March 16, 2014

    Mar 17, 2014

    Arena staff are busily transforming the MCG from a cricket ground to a football oval ahead of the stadium's first AFL match on Thursday March 27 between Richmond and Carlton.

  • MCG Trust appoints new chair

    MCG Trust chairman Bob Herbert

    Mar 10, 2014

    Long-time trustee Bob Herbert AM has been appointed as chairman of the MCG Trust, having acted in the role since John Wylie’s retirement almost 12 months ago.

  • Ticket details – 2014 AFL season

    Collingwood's Luke Ball and Geelong's Matthew Scarlett

    Feb 26, 2014

    Public tickets to MCG matches in the 2014 AFL season will go on sale on Thursday February 27 at midday AEDST. Tickets go on sale in a priority period to eligible club members on Tuesday February 25 at 9.00am.

  • Ticket fees - 2014 AFL season

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

    Feb 25, 2014

    MCC wishes to clarify the changes in transaction fees that have been introduced at the MCG this AFL season.

  • Irishman Stynes to join MCG sporting legends

    Jim Stynes

    Feb 21, 2014

    Former Melbourne FC champion ruckman, the late Jim Stynes, has been chosen as the next athlete to be immortalised with a bronze statue outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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AUSTRALIAN team chiefs have defended the nation’s athletes over accusations the Commonwealth Games team have turned into “ugly Aussie’’ tourists.

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AUSTRALIA’S chef de mission Steve Moneghetti confirms controversial coach Eric Hollingsworth would be sent home immediately after his Sally Pearson tirade.

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FRANCOIS Etoundi has been stripped of his accreditation and evicted from the athletes’ village for an altercation with a Welsh athlete.

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ERIC Hollingsworth dramatically misread the situation. As a result the last image of him will be rushing out of Hampden Park with his tail between legs.

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YOU name it, it’s probably happened in an athletes’ village, including destroyed washing machines, dangerous rooms, police raids and even a sex den.

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