THE Australian cycling coach behind enemy lines with the Great Britain nations in Glasgow is tipping a brutal start to the “the Ashes on wheels”.

OOPS. They did it again. Thirty-two years after the biggest snub in Tasmanian history, the Apple Isle has been forgotten once more.

WHETHER it’s AFL or NRL or any professional sport, we’re all sick of overpaid idiots behaving badly. Our netball skipper has a simple way to stop it.

DUAL world triathlon champion Emma Moffatt says she has recovered from a rib injury, but her greater threat might lie within Australian ranks.

WATCH them in full flight and the Australian men’s hockey team needs a sports psychologist as much as Michael Jackson needed a dance coach.

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Fahey retains real tennis world title

Apr 30, 2012

MCC Real Tennis Section representative Robert Fahey has won an 11th world title, taking 10 sets to defeat challenger Steve Virgona on the third day of the final in London on Saturday.

Kent wins third club champion trophy

2010/11 MCC club champion Andrew Kent
Apr 24, 2012

Captain-coach Andrew Kent was rewarded for an excellent season with the bat when he received his third club champion trophy at the MCC cricket presentation dinner on April 24.

MCC unlocks its archives

Not everything in the MCC Archives is fully accessible, but cataloguing and improved storage are ongoing tasks.
Apr 20, 2012

Significant documents relating to the fascinating history of the Melbourne Cricket Club are now available to researchers, with the launch of a system of research access to the MCC Archives.

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.