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.

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Members receive Australia Day honours

Governor of Victoria - and MCC member - Alex Chernov
Jan 30, 2012

Victorian Governor Alex Chernov was among 24 club members recognised in this year’s Australia Day honours list. Mr Chernov was appointed Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) for his contribution to education and the judiciary.

MCC hosts Cricket Club of India

Melbourne CC captain Andrew Kent (left) with Cricket Club of India captain Vinayak Samant at the toss on the MCG on December 31, 2011.
Jan 30, 2012

During the 2011 Boxing Day Test, MCC welcomed one of its reciprocal clubs, Cricket Club of India, who were on their first Australian visit since 2003.

MCC and Kensington CC resume battle

Jan 28, 2012

The annual cricket match between the MCC and the Kensington Cricket Club was played at the Albert Cricket Ground on December 27, 2011 and proved again a roaring success.

New appointments to MCC Committee

Charles Sitch
Jan 05, 2012

Charles Sitch and Mark Smith have been appointed to the MCC Committee.

Kent notches up 8000 MCC runs

MCC captain-coach Andrew Kent
Dec 19, 2011

MCC captain-coach Andrew Kent passed a significant milestone on Saturday, reaching 8000 Premier Cricket First XI runs.