Melbourne Cricket Club - Seat Saving
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Seat Saving

Seats must not be saved for latecomers. Attendants are authorised to remove coats, rugs and other paraphernalia used to reserve seats for patrons not in attendance.

Once a seat has been occupied it may, of course, be reserved temporarily while patrons are absent from their seat for reasonable purposes.

It is not practical to have staff on hand in all areas throughout the Reserve to police this regulation, so we ask that you and your guests observe the spirit of fair play.

If you observe any abuse of this regulation, please report the matter to the nearest staff member. Please do not take up the issue yourself.

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