Melbourne Cricket Club - Regulations
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Regulations

In addition to the rules of the club and general stadium policies, there are a number of regulations that members should be aware of while in the Reserve.

Members are reminded that they are responsible for the behaviour of themselves and their guests at all times while in the Reserve.

In recent times, the club has been disappointed that a number of members have been unable to adequately control the behaviour of their guests and have received severe penalties as a consequence. We ask members to respect the club and what it can offer them, and to respect their fellow members. 

In addition to the above, please note:

Long Room couches
The couches facing the arena inside the Long Room are for elderly or senior members to enhance their enjoyment of the event. 

Mobile phones
Please note that mobile phones must be switched off while in the Members Dining Room, Long Room, Committee Room and other formal dining areas.

If you have any questions about any of the club's rules or regulations, please ring the Member and Customer Services department on (03) 9657 8888.

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