Melbourne Cricket Club - Overseas Clubs
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Overseas Clubs

The Melbourne Cricket Club has a number of overseas cricket and sporting clubs with reciprocal rights.

Members are advised to fill out the Letter of Introduction Application form and return to the MCC.  A formal letter of introduction will then be written and posted out for presentation at the reciprocal club.

The overseas clubs are:

These clubs offer extensive use of all facilities to MCC Full members who are on a short visit (three month maximum stay) to the relevant city.

It is stressed, however, that there is no guaranteed admission to any of these clubs. Visiting MCC members should be just that, short-term visitors and not residents of the relevant state or country, and where access is available it may not extend to non-members in your company.

We hope that you will enjoy your trip to any of the above clubs, and trust the above information has been of some use to you.

Overseas clubs contact details

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