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  • Rite of Passage returns!

    Action from MCG Rite of Passage in 2011

    Mar 26, 2014

    The annual MCG Rite of Passage event will be held on Saturday May 17 prior to the Richmond v Melbourne match. Registrations will be accepted from April 10 at 9.00am until April 11 at 4.00pm.

  • ANZAC Day - public ticket update

    Mar 26, 2014

    The public allocation of tickets for the ANZAC Day match at the MCG is now exhausted. More tickets may become available as a result of unused club, AFL or corporate allocations.

  • MCG hosts Victorian Sports Awards

    MCG Trustee Kate Palmer

    Mar 25, 2014

    The 2013 Victorian Sports Awards were held in the MCG's Members Dining Room on March 19, with MCG Trustee and Netball Australia CEO Kate Palmer among the award winners.

  • 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.

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