BRETT Stewart has admitted he had “no idea” he was over the limit after being charged with low range drink driving on his way to breakfast.

RUBIN “Hurricane” Carter, the boxer whose wrongful murder conviction became an international symbol of racial injustice, has died.

GLENN Maxwell’s brilliant run with the bat continued in the IPL, while James Faulkner felt the full force of a Mitchell Johnson bouncer.

LIVERPOOL nervously edged closer to a first league title in the Premier League era with a nailbiting 3-2 success over Norwich City.

GOLF can be a frustrating sport, so much so that even pros are backing a new concept to make the game more enjoyable with larger holes.

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MCC Library book signing - Footy Almanac

The Footy Almanac front cover
Apr 17, 2014

On Easter Monday, editor John Harms will be signing copies of The Footy Almanac 2013, as well as interviewing 1991 Hawthorn FC premiership player Andrew Gowers from 2.20pm to 2.40pm in the Library foyer.

Multi-sport Hong Kong tour a big success

MCC CEO Stephen Gough with Hong Kong Cricket Club chairman Gavin Erasmus in Hong Kong in April, 2014.
Apr 11, 2014

Around 80 of our cricket and sporting section members have just completed a multi-sport tour of Hong Kong hosted by our reciprocal club, Hong Kong Cricket Club.

MCC Library book signing - Ron Barassi

Ron Barassi book cover
Apr 10, 2014

Ron Barassi will be in the MCC Library on Saturday before the Carlton v Melbourne match signing purchased copies of the book based upon his scrapbooks and memorabilia.

Yarra Park closed to public parking

Cars in Yarra Park
Apr 10, 2014

Due to recent heavy rain, Yarra Park will not be used for public vehicle parking at the Richmond v Collingwood and Carlton v Melbourne AFL matches at the MCG this weekend.

Anzac Day - access for veterans

Apr 04, 2014

MCC members who are returned service people have special access entitlements on Anzac Day at the MCG.