THE shocking injury to Phillip Hughes will reshape Australian cricket. The shock waves are so deep, they could even change the way Australia play the game.

THE Phil Hughes tragedy has called into question the future of bouncers, but Greg Matthews and Geoff Lawson believe the fast bowling tactic should remain.

PHIL Hughes is in a critical condition after suffering a vicious blow to the head that saw him hospitalised and play abandoned at the SCG.

DEEPLY shaken NSW players gathered inside the SCG dressing rooms on Wednesday, but barely a word was spoken. Shock was the overwhelming emotion.

AN ANONYMOUS member of the 2011 Manly Sea Eagles has done the unthinkable — selling an NRL premiership ring on eBay for a fraction of its worth.

banner

Latest News

AFL visitor tickets and reserved seats

Brett Deledio
Mar 23, 2012

Visitor tickets and reserved seats for the 2012 AFL season are now on sale.

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.

Fahey ready to defend world title

Real tennis world champion Rob Fahey in the Long Room in March, 2012.
Mar 15, 2012

Rob Fahey will vie for an amazing 11th Real Tennis World Championship title when he takes on Steve Virgona in London from April 24-28.

Anzac Eve Ball booked out

Mar 13, 2012

Bookings are now closed for the ever-popular Young Members' Anzac Eve Ball on April 24 at the MCG.

Membership system shutdown

Mar 08, 2012

As part of the implementation of a new membership system, the club is completely shutting down the current system from Thursday March 8 at 4.00pm until Tuesday March 13. Please read this story for full details of the impact on members.