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  • Sleepover was for a great cause

    Sleep at the 'G participants on May 22, 2014

    May 23, 2014

    On Thursday May 22 more than 1200 hearty souls chose not to sleep under the stars but instead to sleep inside the MCG in the name of charity.

  • MCG Rite of Passage photos available

    May 19, 2014

    View the photos from the 2014 MCG Rite of Passage event held on Saturday May 17.

  • Are you ready to Stomp the MCG?

    Action from Stadium Stomp 2013

    Apr 30, 2014

    Australia’s longest consecutive stair climb challenge, Stadium Stomp MCG, will again be held at the MCG on Sunday July 6, 2014.

  • Scoreboards recognised on global scale

    One of two, new scoreboards at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

    Apr 08, 2014

    The two new MCG scoreboards have been recognised on a global scale, shortlisted in the Project of the Year category at the 2014 Stadium Business Awards.

  • Sleep at the 'G and help fight homelessness

    Sleep at the 'G logo

    Mar 28, 2014

    Following the success of last year's inaugural event, the MCG will again open its doors in 2014 for Melbourne City Mission’s Sleep at the ‘G on Thursday May 22.

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MOST classic grand slam finals are characterised by two players threatening to outdo each other with winners until one prevails. This was not that classic.

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MITCHELL Johnson sparked a complete clean-out of England cricket last summer and he worked on instigating another crisis with an awe-inspiring return at the WACA.

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NOVAK Djokovic has overcome mystery illness, a court invasion and Andy Murray’s stubbornness to seal Australian Open history after a bizarre final.

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JUST eight months ago he was a surprise inclusion in Australia’s World Cup squad. Now Massimo Luongo has been named the Asian Cup’s Most Valuable Player.

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FORMER Wanderer Aaron Mooy scored a cracker as Melbourne City claimed a 2-1 victory at AAMI Park and leave Western Sydney facing some big questions.

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