MITCHELL Starc’s radar was off - way off - early on day two against Essex, reprising memories of Steve Harmison’s infamous wide against Australia.

HERALD Sun form analyst Michael Manley previews the nine-race card at Caulfield featuring bold frontrunner Lord Of The Sky in the Group 3 Sir John Monash Stakes.

Lleyton Hewitt and Thanasi Kokkinakis appeared down and out in their first round doubles tie, until the veteran produced a vintage fighting display.

A decade on from arguably the greatest ever Ashes series, we ask one of the men involved what lessons can be passed on to Michael Clarke’s Australia.

AS the Wallabies cool their heels on the Sunshine Coast, 2015’s two best Super Rugby teams go head-to-head in Wellington for the championship.

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Feedback gathered at members' forum

Steven Smith addresses the members' forum on March 24, 2015.
Apr 13, 2015

The club held a forum for members on March 24 to discuss a proposal to prevent the waiting time for membership blowing out to unacceptable levels.

Tegan's club champion double

2014/15 MCC women's club champion Tegan Orwin with committee member Peter King.
Apr 13, 2015

Talented fast bowler Tegan Orwin has won the women’s club champion trophy for the second consecutive season at the MCC Cricket Presentation Dinner on April 11 at the MCG.

Anzac Day - access for veterans

Apr 09, 2015

MCC members who are returned service people will again have special access entitlements on Anzac Day at the MCG.

MCG was major supporter of War effort

The MCG during World War I
Apr 09, 2015

During the First World War, numerous events in aid of patriotic funds and returned soldiers were held at the MCG. This article describes several events from 1915 to April 1917.

Coaching vacancies as Kent steps down

MCC captain-coach Andrew Kent
Apr 05, 2015

Andrew Kent has resigned as head cricket coach of the club, after five successful years at the helm, while Robert Templeton will not continue in the role of women's head coach.