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    NATIONAL Selector Rod Marsh has dropped a bombshell by claiming Mitchell Starc is unlikely to be fit for the February Test series against New Zealand.

    SCOTT Boland, the former chubby kid who was too fat to open the bowling for his club team, lay awake last night dreaming of playing the Boxing Day Test.

    THE future is bleak for one of the most prestigious sporting brands in the world. There are some huge questions lingering ahead of the 2016 season.

    Zinedine Zidane’s four sons are all on the books at Real Madrid and like their father, all know how to use their head — in particular 17-year-old Luca.

    IN an extraordinary gamble Australia is set to pick a 28-year-old debutant with no Sheffield Shield matches under his belt for the Test against the West Indies.

    Pavilions in the Park

    Pavilions in the ParkThe story of the Melbourne Cricket Club and its fine stadium has never before been researched or told so comprehensively.

    Pavilions in the Park weaves 320,000 words and 400 illustrations through the rich tale of the MCC, in a superb two-volume edition.

    For those who rightly take pride in the history of Australian sport, this is a unique work of appeal to all, a vast store of anecdotes and the quintessential club history.

    For those in the future who will write about the history of sport, Pavilions in the Park will be an essential addition to the bookcase, and this limited edition will only become more collectable as the years pass.

    View the Pavilions in the Park order form.

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