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Last MCG Big Bash this Friday night

Jan 27, 2011

Dwayne Bravo in action for the Victorian Bushrangers at the MCG.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.

For the first time in the six years of the competition, the Bushrangers will miss the finals. But they'll be looking to regain some pride and also thwart the Redbacks' bid to earn a home final.

To avoid long queues on the night, tickets can be purchased now through Ticketek.

Don't risk missing any of the action by being stuck in a queue!

PURCHASE NOW

Play commences at 7.00pm and gates open at 3.00pm. View further match details

A Women's National League Twenty20 between Victoria and South Australia will commence ast 3.15pm. 

We will provide ticket and parking updates on Friday night via MCG Twitter.

If you do arrive early as recommended, you can spend some time exploring the National Sports Museum before the match kicks off.

Museum entry is discounted for patrons with a valid event day ticket from 3pm until 7pm. 

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Posted by: brett on 19/01/2011 07:00:42 PM

or get a free ticket!! :)

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