SHANE Warne says cricket must go pink or perish, issuing a rolled gold endorsement for the high stakes, inaugural day-night Test match in Adelaide.

    ADAM Scott felt the wind swirling in all directions and knew Thursday’s brutal opening round test at the Australian Open was all about survival.

    IF YOU thought the introduction of the pink ball was revolutionary, just wait until you hear what Justin Langer wants to do to Test cricket.

    NATIONAL anthems at Adelaide Oval will take on extra emotional significance with no minute’s silence scheduled for the anniversary of Phillip Hughes.

    CRAIG Williams believes a huge percentage of jockeys support “seeing less whip” used in races.

    Library's The Yorker wins major award

    Oct 20, 2013

    MCC librarians David Studham (left) and Trevor Ruddell.The MCC Library’s flagship publication The Yorker has again received international recognition, adjudged the “best program, annual report or magazine” at the International Sports Heritage Association’s (ISHA) communications awards for the third consecutive year. 

    Librarian David Studham (pictured here, left, with assistant librarian Trevor Ruddell) was more than delighted that The Yorker, first published in 1993 and now available by subscription, had been given such an accolade by ISHA.  

    The Yorker material is researched and written by library staff and a loyal band of volunteers who write on anything from skittles to squash and lawn bowls to baseball, plus the many characters associated with the club and the ground over the years. Book reviews are also on the menu.

    Its broad charter brings into play the vast resources of the MCC collections, allowing themes and individuals to be examined and showcased to great effect. In short, there’s something for everyone with a sporting interest.

    Members (and others) are encouraged to subscribe to The Yorker by completing the order form