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  • Pie sellers wear beacons in technology trial

    MCG Pie sellers will wear beacons during the 2014 AFL Finals Series.

    Sep 01, 2014

    Footy fans attending AFL finals at the MCG in September could win a year’s supply of Four ‘N Twenty pies, as part of a technology trial designed to further enhance the MCG fan experience.

  • Entire MCG turf surface to be replaced

    MCG turf closeup

    Aug 21, 2014

    The entire MCG arena surface will be replaced immediately after the 2014 AFL Grand Final in preparation for a bumper year of sport.

  • Major soccer event for Melbourne in 2015

    Real Madrid action

    Aug 13, 2014

    In response to media reports, Melbourne Cricket Club can confirm it is aware of a request for the MCG's involvement in a soccer event in 2015.

  • MCG Open Day is back!

    MCG Open Day 2013

    Jul 31, 2014

    On Sunday September 28, the day after the 2014 AFL Grand Final, the MCG will be open for everyone to enjoy.

  • Sunday Play and Stay: Winter Warmer deal

    Sunday Play and Stay Winter Warmer logo

    Jul 23, 2014

    Heading to the MCG to watch your team play on a Sunday? Arrive early and visit the National Sports Museum before the game to take up our special Winter Warmer deal!

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West Indies skipper Jason Holder says all he could think of when AB de Villiers “took me apart” was to get the South Africa captain off strike.

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WEST INDIES suffered the heaviest ever World Cup defeat as South Africa captain AB de Villiers smashed the fastest 150 in the history of one-day cricket.

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