Melbourne Cricket Club - When was I nominated?
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    When was I nominated?

    As one of the biggest sporting clubs in the world, the MCC also has one of the largest waiting lists for membership.  There are currently more than 233,000 waiting list candidates.

    The most recent intake of members included those who were nominated between April 1, 1996 and July 31, 1996. Therefore, the waiting list consists of candidates nominated from August 1, 1996 to today.

    It should be noted that, due to several factors, it is not possible to provide an accurate estimate of when you will be offered membership. 

    For instance, if you joined the waiting list in August 2001 it does not mean that you will be offered membership exactly five years from now.

    We take this opportunity to remind waiting list candidates that your address on our files should be kept up-to-date to ensure that you will receive your offer of membership when you are eligible.

    To find out when you joined the waiting list, please complete the fields below and hit the Submit button.

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