WHILE the clash between Manchester City and Chelsea dominates the weekend’s EPL action, a couple of other big guns are in for an uncomfortable ride.

TENNIS star Rafael Nadal was challenged to test his poker bluffing game and gave some unsuspecting travellers the ride of their lives.

LI NA, a two-time Grand Slam champion from China who took tennis in Asia to a new level, has retired due to recurring knee injuries.

LLEYTON Hewitt’s hopes of securing a third Davis Cup trophy appear doomed after Australia was condemned to a first-round away clash with Czech Republic.

STEPHANIE Gilmore thrust herself back in the world title race with a perfect 10 and a defeat of compatriot Sally Fitzgibbons at the Swatch Pro in California today.

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Hodge, McDonald at Cricket Australia awards

Brad Hodge
Mar 15, 2011

MCC cricketers Brad Hodge and Andrew McDonald have been rewarded for their domestic cricket performances at the Cricket Australia State Cricket Awards announced today.

Hong Kong CC visit a sporting success

The two captains at the toss before the MCC vs Hong Kong CC match at the MCG on February 2, 2011.
Feb 16, 2011

The club hosted reciprocal counterpart Hong Kong Cricket Club on a six-sport tour from January 30 to February 5 across several prominent Melbourne sports venues.

Marylebone takes the honours at MCG

Marylebone Cricket Club members
Dec 31, 2010

Marylebone CC defeated MCC by 39 runs at the MCG today.

Sporting greats to be honoured at MCG

Dec 26, 2010

The MCC in partnership with Australia Post today announced an expansion to the list of statues around the MCG.

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.