FROM Michael Clarke lifting the trophy to Grant Elliott’s match-winning six and Wahab Riaz staring down Shane Watson, these moments defined the World Cup.

AFTER the World Cup final, Shane Warne hovered over the triumphant Australians like the sad old uncle at an 18th birthday party, writes Richard Hinds.

A $2 million pay day beckons for Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc, who are in the frame to be ranked No.1 on Cricket Australia’s lucrative contract list.

BRAD Haddin appears set to follow Michael Clarke into retirement from one-day cricket.

LEG spin is set to return to the Australian Test side, with Pakistan-born Fawad Ahmed expected to be named in the dual-squads for the Ashes and West Indies.

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Cricket needs to reflect the best of our society, not the worst

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland
Dec 11, 2010

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland has called on cricket to ensure it reflects the best of our society, not the worst, in his toast to cricket at the MCC Members' Dinner at the MCG.

Squash star wins Hans Ebeling Award

2010 Hans Ebeling Award winner Peter Wright (left) with MCC president David Meiklejohn
Nov 17, 2010

MCC Squash Section chairman Peter Wright claims 2010 Hans Ebeling Award.

MCC wins Best Club Restaurant award

Nov 15, 2010

The MCC was last night judged ”Best Club Restaurant” in the 2010 Clubs Victoria Achievement Awards at the Crown Palladium Ballroom.

Grand plans for greening of Yarra Park

The view from Yarra Park towards Gate 2 at the MCG.
Nov 01, 2010

It won’t be long before we’ll see some serious work getting under way in the MCG precinct as the MCC rolls out the first stages of a five-year management and improvement plan for Yarra Park.

Rowing champ has no regrets

A relaxed James Tomkins at the MCG, reflecting on a stellar rowing career
Nov 01, 2010

The decision to retire from anything in life is never easy. Take a moment, then, to put yourself in Australian rowing legend and MCC member James Tomkins’ rather large shoes.