MOST classic grand slam finals are characterised by two players threatening to outdo each other with winners until one prevails. This was not that classic.

MITCHELL Johnson sparked a complete clean-out of England cricket last summer and he worked on instigating another crisis with an awe-inspiring return at the WACA.

NOVAK Djokovic has overcome mystery illness, a court invasion and Andy Murray’s stubbornness to seal Australian Open history after a bizarre final.

JUST eight months ago he was a surprise inclusion in Australia’s World Cup squad. Now Massimo Luongo has been named the Asian Cup’s Most Valuable Player.

FORMER Wanderer Aaron Mooy scored a cracker as Melbourne City claimed a 2-1 victory at AAMI Park and leave Western Sydney facing some big questions.

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Norm Smith statue sculptor named

Sculptor Lis Johnson with one of her previous works, the St George Illawarra Dragons Centenary sculpture.
Apr 15, 2012

Sculptor Lis Johnson has commenced work on a statue of Australian football legend Norm Smith, the second person honoured as part of the Australia Post Avenue of Legends.

Two cricket flags for MCC

MCC Third XI - 2011/12 Premier Cricket premiers
Apr 01, 2012

The MCC second and third elevens won their respective Premier Cricket finals on Sunday, while our Fourth XI was just two wickets away from making it a hat-trick.

Introducing the Terrace Cafe

Terrace Cafe in the MCC Members Reserve.
Mar 29, 2012

The new Terrace Cafe will open its doors for the first time at tonight's Rich-Carl clash.

MCC teams in Premier Cricket finals

MCC all-rounder Alex Keath
Mar 26, 2012

MCC second, third and fourth elevens to compete in the final of the Cricket Victoria Premier Cricket competition on Saturday March 31 and Sunday April 1, 2012.

Vale, Jim Stynes

Jim Stynes
Mar 20, 2012

The MCC is deeply saddened by the passing of Jim Stynes OAM, immediate past president of Melbourne Football Club and an icon of Australian football.