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THE simmering rivalry at Red Bull nearly bubbled over at the Singapore GP when Sebastian Vettel almost took out Daniel Ricciardo on the first corner.

LEADING trainer David Hayes has reached a fork in the road with Caulfield Cup hope Spillway — head to Sydney or Melbourne on October 4.

MELBOURNE Victory captain Mark Milligan has questioned the scheduling clash that is set to see him miss the start of the A-League season.

IT WAS billed as one of the biggest heavyweight bouts of the year, and Mark Hunt did not disappoint — achieving what no man has before.

MITCHELL Marsh is certain to make his Test debut against Pakistan next month after Shane Watson was ruled out of the tour with ankle injury complications.

MCC 175th Anniversary Gala - November 15, 2013

Email Updates

An example of an MCC member email update.In addition to newsletters, annual reports and this website, members can also elect to receive regular updates from the club via email Facebook and Twitter.

Email is a fast and effective way to stay in touch with club happenings, particular late notice of changing information relating to the Members Reserve at sporting events.

Do you have an email address?

While the club has an email address on file for two-thirds of its members, we would love to hear from those who have an email address but have not told the club.  We are keen to boost this connection with members.

To submit or change your email address, please complete the Change of Personal Details form online.

Know someone on the waiting list?

One of the club’s great challenges is to keep in regular contact with waiting list candidates during their long wait for membership. 

If you know anybody on the waiting list, we urge you to ask them to update their details (including email) to ensure we can reach them should the need arise.


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