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A NEW book reveals untold details about Phillip Hughes’ death, recounted by those at the SCG when he was felled.

WITH one questionable play, Australia’s future NBA No. 1 draft pick Ben Simmons became the most talked about athlete in America.

FORGET about four day Tests. The England Cricket Board is considering implementing a controversial rule change that could shake up the game worldwide.

THE Golden State Warriors defeated the Los Angeles Lakers to improve 16-0, the best start to a season in NBA history.

“MATE, I’m loving every moment of this.” Ricky Ponting reflects on his proudest cricketing moment and how Phillip Hughes helped make it a reality.

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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