Melbourne Cricket Ground - Ticket details – 2013 AFL season
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Ticket details – 2013 AFL season

Mar 26, 2013

Can't wait for the footy to return?

Here's some ticket news about the first 22 rounds of the 2013 AFL home and away season at the MCG:

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AFL Round 1 and 2

Tickets to the opening two rounds of MCG matches are now on sale:

- Thursday March 28 - Carlton v Richmond - BUY TICKETS HERE

- Sunday March 31 - Melbourne v Port Adelaide - BUY TICKETS HERE

- Monday April 1 - Hawthorn v Geelong - BUY TICKETS HERE

- Friday April 5 - St Kilda v Richmond - BUY TICKETS HERE

- Saturday April 6 - Essendon v Melbourne - BUY TICKETS HERE

- Sunday April 7 - Collingwood v Carlton - BUY TICKETS HERE 

View an MCG seating plan and ticket prices

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AFL Rounds 3-22 (including ANZAC Day)

Tickets to MCG matches in AFL Rounds 3-22, including the ANZAC Day match, go on sale in a priority period to eligible club members on Wednesday March 27 at 9.00am-9.00pm.

Public tickets to AFL Rounds 3-22 will go on sale on Thursday March 28 at 9.00am.

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Action from the Geelong Cats v Collingwood game at the MCG on May 13, 2011

THE immediate reactions were shock and sadness from across the globe as news of Phillip Hughes’ tragic death filtered through on Thursday.

Herald Sun

AS the cricket community wrestles with what to do next after Phillip Hughes’ death, RON REED writes the first Test against India should proceed, with the result mattering less than the symbolism of playing it.

Herald Sun

PHILLIP Hughes’ family and Australian captain Michael Clarke have delivered an emotional goodbye after the batsman tragically died from a head injury today.

Herald Sun

AUSTRALIAN cricketer Phillip Hughes has died after being struck in the head while batting at the Sydney Cricket Ground. He was 25.

Herald Sun

IT is doubtful whether any incident has caused more widespread grief in Australian cricket than the loss of one of the game’s most likeable characters.

Herald Sun