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MCG to host internationals for next decade

Nov 25, 2008: The MCG will host every international match scheduled in Melbourne until 2019 under the terms of a new agreement between Cricket Victoria and the Melbourne Cricket Club

ESPNcricinfo staff

Telstra Dome pushes to host more games

MCG faces battle to keep international cricket

Aug 24, 2007: The chief executive of Melbourne's second-largest stadium wants to poach international cricket from the MCG and has not ruled out bidding for the Boxing Day Test

ESPNcricinfo staff

Australia v World XI, 3rd ODI, Melbourne

Flavourless finale

Oct 8, 2005: The performances of some of the leading World batsmen has been the most disappointing factor in this one-sided series so far

From Sambit Bal in Melbourne

Australia v World XI, 3rd ODI, Melbourne

Wright justifies Super Series concept

Oct 8, 2005: John Wright, the World XI coach, said the Super Series offered a unique contest for international cricketers

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Australia v World XI, 1st ODI, Melbourne

Trapped inside Telstra Dome

Oct 5, 2005: Cricket does not need to be protected from nature because nature, despite playing the occasional spoilsport, considerably enhances the game

Sambit Bal

ICC Super Series 2005-06

Technology will make third umpire crucial

Oct 4, 2005: If the teams fail to comply with the prescribed over-rates in the ICC Super Series, the match referee is likely to take a closer look at the umpires than the bowling captain

ESPNcricinfo staff

ACB won't rush decision on Pakistan tour

Jun 15, 2002: MELBOURNE, June 14 AAP - The fatal bombing in Pakistan today

AAP

Lee recalled after first game rest

Jun 15, 2002: MELBOURNE, June 14 AAP - Australian speed ace Brett Lee defended his one-day cricket tactics here today as he was recalled to the national eleven.

Roger Vaughan

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Australian team selected for second match of TOWER Super Challenge II

Jun 14, 2002: Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland today announced that the National Selection Panel (NSP) has chosen the Australian team for the second match of TOWER Super Challenge II, to be played under the roof at Colonial

Australian Cricket Board

Pace duel under the roof

Jun 11, 2002: MELBOURNE - The magic number for pacemen Brett Lee and Shoaib Akhtar here tomorrow at Colonial Stadium will be 100, as in miles per hour.

Roger Vaughan

$75,000 in cash available to cricket fans at TOWER Super Challenge II

Jun 11, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today released details of the TOWER Ton, a promotion that provides cricket fans attending TOWER Super Challenge II with the chance to share in $75,000 cash.

Australian Cricket Board

Aiming to be on top down under

Jun 10, 2002: Even though Pakistan won the 1992 World Cup in Australia and a few years ago won the annual triangular there by beating West Indies 2-0 in the finals, Australia as a cricket venue has rarely delivered a happy end game for the Pakistanis in one-day

Sohaib Alvi

Ponting excited after easy warm up win

Jun 9, 2002: BRISBANE, June 9 AAP - Ricky Ponting can hardly wait for his first domestic appearance as national one-day cricket captain after a sparkling warm-up victory by his team today.

AAP

Gilly welcomes Murali

Jun 8, 2002: BRISBANE, June 8 AAP - Australian cricket vice-captain Adam Gilchrist has urged Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan to rethink reported plans to skip a tour of Australia later this year.

AAP

Late order hitting rescues Pakistan

Jun 8, 2002: BRISBANE, June 8 AAP - Pakistan wrapped up a tight win over Queensland with three balls remaining in a 40-over practice match at Allan Border Field in Brisbane today.

AAP

Younis bowls a maiden

Jun 7, 2002: BRISBANE, June 6 AAP - If his media performance is anything to go by, Pakistan cricket captain Waqar Younis will be giving nothing away in this month's limited overs series against Australia.

Steve Connolly

No difference in indoor cricket, says Waqar

May 31, 2002: Pakistan captain Waqar Younis said there was not much difference between Pakistan and Australia as far as indoor cricket was concerned

Wide World of Sports presents: Super Challenge II

May 24, 2002: Australia will continue its build-up for the 2003 Cricket World Cup withSuper Challenge II, a three-match series against Pakistan in June to betelecast exclusively on the Nine Network.

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