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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.

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.

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

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.

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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Heritage

An MCC heritage displaySince its inception in 1838, the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) has regarded the preservation and display of its rich heritage collection as paramount.

The showcasing of this heritage when hosting visitors and significant events at the ground has given the MCC an enviable reputation.

The northern stand redevelopment has provided the club with the opportunity to enhance its commitment to heritage with our much-improved MCC LibraryMCC Museum and other heritage features throughout the ground, including the National Sports Museum.

The MCC Archives is accessible to researchers, by appointment.

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