THE exclusion of a $462,000 payment to disgraced former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner in an official Australian document has again come into sharp focus.

    THANASI Kokkinakis had the tennis world talking after celebrating his five-set win against Bernard Tomic in bizarre fashion.

    FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he can’t be blamed for the corruption scandal engulfing the organisation, claiming he can’t “monitor” every official.

    FORMER FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has left a jail in Trinidad by ambulance a day after he was charged in the USA corruption case.

    THE Queensland Oaks has been robbed of a major drawcard with Gai Waterhouse’s Bohemian Lily scratched this morning.

    Corporate Gifts

    The Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) has regular contact with many sporting clubs and other bodies/institutions through its role as ground manager of the Melbourne Cricket Ground and through the activities of its sporting sections and special interest groups.

    During the course of these activities, the MCC may be offered formal gifts from other clubs or institutions, as a token of commemoration, appreciation or friendship. When these gifts are expressly intended as gifts to the MCC, they are defined as “Corporate Gifts”.

    Corporate Gifts may take any form, but are traditionally plaques, plates, salvers, prints, photographs or framed certificates. In many cases they will carry text, through engraving or the addition of a plaque, which defines the reason for the gift and the name of the donor institution.

    To view the entire Corporate Gifts Policy please click here.