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Young Members Cricket Function - SOLD OUT!

Update: January 20 at 12.30pm.

West Indian captain Chris Gayle belts another boundaryAll tickets have now been sold to the Young Members Club function at the Australia v West Indies one-day international at the MCG on Friday February 19 in the Hans Ebeling Room.

This package includes finger food, beverages and a reserved seat on Level 2 to watch the match.

Please note that if you are bringing non-MCC members to the function that each guest must have a visitor ticket to gain entry into the Members Reserve.

What:          Young Members Cricket Function
Date:            Friday February 19
Time:           6.00pm – 10.00pm
Location:    Hans Ebeling Room
Dress:         Smart casual (No denim or sneakers, collared shirt for men)
Cost:            $50.00 per person*

*Please note tickets to this function do not include ground entry for non-members. 

Visitor tickets ($41 each) will need to be purchased separately through Ticketek.

Stay tuned for details of more Young Members functions during the 2010 AFL season!

Young members at the January 15 Twenty20 Big Bash function

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