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THE driving force behind Oasis has taken aim at Australia’s cricketers — and it’s not the first time he’s unloaded on one of our sports teams.

MELBOURNE United will play six consecutive home games in its first seven matches after the NBL 2015-16 draw was released on Thursday.

WHAT was the race of the year? Who produced the best ride of the 2014-15 season? Have your say on the highlights of another action-packed season on and off the track.

RICKY Ponting, Matthew Hayden and Ian Healy are some of cricket’s great thinkers but they have got it wrong on Brad Haddin, writes Ben Dorries.

PIT TALK: A current Formula 1 driver — and former world champion — is being strongly tipped to become one of the new hosts of Top Gear.

Latest edition of MCC News magazine

In the March 2015 edition of MCC News magazine:

MCC News magazine March 2015 front coverFrom the President
A message from outgoing MCC president Paul Sheahan.

Smith to take reins as club president
Former Melbourne footballer and current vice-president Steven Smith has been elected the next MCC president, commencing in April.

MCC takes stadium technology to new levels
The MCG will become one of Australia’s most technically advanced and connected stadiums for members, fans and stakeholders.

MCG food prices to fall in landmark hospitality deal
Members will be able to purchase some of the most popular retail food and beverage items at the MCG at prices not seen for a decade or more.

Sustainability hits a six at home of sport
Energy efficiency upgrades will confirm the MCG’s standing as one of the most environmentally sustainable stadia in the world.

Plus the latest events and functions news, member profiles, photos, and much more!

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