TWELVE Melbourne Cups, seven Caulfield Cups, 33 Derbys and 268 Group 1 wins. There was simply no one like legendary trainer Bart Cummings.

JARRYD Hayne was made to wait until the second half before giving a glimpse of his skills in San Francisco’s pre-season loss to Denver.

HALL of Fame trainers Lee Freedman and David Hayes have paid tribute to Bart Cummings and declared he was “a one-off” in a tough and uncompromising trade

A baseball fan in the US has tragically died after falling from the upper tier of the stadium during a game between New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves.

BART Cummings, regarded by many as the greatest trainer in Australian racing history, died early on Sunday morning. He was 87.

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Amazing Fahey snares 10th world title

The MCC's Rob Fahey with his 10th real tennis world championship, May 2010.
May 08, 2010

MCC Real Tennis Section representative Robert Fahey has won an amazing 10th world title, taking just nine sets to defeat challenger Steve Virgona on the third day of the best-of-13-set final at Royal Melbourne Tennis Club on Saturday.

MCC members in action at Winter Olympics and Paralympics

MCC member David Morris in action as a freestyle aerial skiier
Feb 10, 2010

The MCC will have four of its members competing at this week's Winter Olympics or the Paralympic Games to be held next month, both in Vancouver, Canada: Katya Crema, Dave Morris, Mitchell Gourley and James Millar.

Hodge leads Vics to win in front of record MCG crowd

Victorian batsman Brad Hodge
Jan 15, 2010

A Brad Hodge-inspired Victoria has booked a place in the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash preliminary final with a comprehensive nine-wicket victory over Tasmania in front of a record crowd of 43,125 at the MCG.

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Jan 04, 2010

MCC members can keep even more up to date on the latest news and event within the club by joining our official Facebook and Twitter pages. Stay tuned for even more ways to connect with the MCC.