THE Kiwi skipper is one of the most damaging batsmen in the world. But his record against Australia is less than convincing.

AUSTRALIA’S Geoff Ogilvy is battling with Jordan Spieth for the lead early during the first round of the Australian Open golf championship in Sydney.

AMERICANS have reacted with shock to the shooting of NFL star Stedman Bailey, who copped two bullets to the head while sitting in a car.

THERE is no pressure quite like being the supremely talented grandson of the greatest athlete of all time.

WATCH this lad achieve the impossible, potting a conversion after hitting the posts not once, not twice but three times — and then the crossbar for good measure.


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MCC baseball...100 years ago...

The 1911-12 MCC baseball team. Back: M. Allan, T.H. Scott (Scorer), Unknown, T. Felstead, H. Taylor. Middle: W. Ponsford Snr, F. Vaughan, W. Scott, W.G. Ingleton, G. Henty, Unknown (probably A. Johnston). Front: V. Ransford, J. Ballantyne.
Nov 29, 2011

One hundred years ago, the MCC won the VBA A-grade pennant, in a dramatic double play at the plate.

Focus is on our members

The Members Reserve
Nov 25, 2011

The club recently conducted a series of focus groups to find more about the views members have about a variety of club matters.

MCC elects Honorary Cricket members

West Indian cricket great Brian Lara
Nov 21, 2011

Selectors were given a flying start when it came to electing the club’s latest intake of Honorary Cricket members, with three of the greatest players of the modern era topping the list of candidates up for consideration.

Special silverware deliverd on a plate

This tea and coffee set was presented by catering firm Spiers & Pond, the promoters of the historic tour of 1861/62 by H.H. Stephenson’s XI, to Richmond Cricket Club secretary George Shoosmith.
Nov 20, 2011

A letter received out of the blue two years ago has allowed us to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first international match at the MCG with the display of some superb silverware directly related to the occasion.

Member Jim lends a helping hand

Authors Mac Gudgeon (left) and Jim Usher with then Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard at the launch of Footsteps in the Ash.
Nov 18, 2011

As the third anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires draws near, it is timely to acknowledge MCC 50-year member Jim Usher’s contribution to a book that has raised $100,000 for CFA brigades involved in the firefight.