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    Phone charging service in the Reserve

    Aug 31, 2013

    A phone charging service is now available in the Members Reserve.Through the month of September, the Membership Service Office will have a phone charging service available for MCC members and guests.

    Members and their guests can come into the counter during the week or on match day when their phone battery is running low and, for a gold coin donation, have their phone charged.

    The gold coin donation will go towards supporting the Good Friday Appeal at the Royal Children’s Hospital.

    A maximum of 10 phones can be charged at one time and during a match members and their guests will have up until the end of the half-time break to collect their phone.