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In an opening Australian victory notable for its loud and brutish nature, Chris Rogers and Shane Watson were conspicuous by their muteness. Senior members of the Test team and critical components of the batting order, both men struggled for effect at
SA captain Johan Botha had his Bushrangers counterpart Matthew Wade caught in the covers for 16 to leave the home side 5-235. It was the first ball of Botha's over and tea was taken early, with Glenn Maxwell 39no. While Victoria erased their first-
The Junction Oval costs CV about $500,000 a year in rent and upkeep, but the ground is in a state of disrepair. Photo: Vince Caligiuri Cricket's troubled redevelopment of the Junction Oval, and the AFL's desire for early access to the MCG, is on the
Founded in 2005, the MCG was able to secure a place at the government table at its third attempt, with lawyer and parliamentarian Mauro Poggia taking the seventh and final seat. The Left was the biggest loser, hanging on to just two ministerial
Gurgaon's many banquet halls are doing good business this wedding season, with some booked as early as six months ago. However, only six of the city's banquet halls have the mandatory licence from the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon, according to an
Weatherzone is predicting "brisk, showery winds and possibly hail", with five to 10 millimetres of rain falling overnight and on grand final morning. However, Mr Williams predicted less than five millimetres would fall on the MCG, with only the
The Dockers have never played in a grand final, and the town of Fremantle has been awash in a sea of purple in the lead-up to the game. Fans were in loud voice before the players made their way out onto the field, with fans chanting "MCG, MCG, MCG."
The Melbourne Cricket Club suspects extraordinarily high crowd noise was to blame for difficulties in players hearing the siren last Friday night, but has vowed a stringent check of its audio system will be undertaken in time for the grand final.
Cannes' jewel heists, Jason Bateman discusses directing himself in "Bad Words," and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson becomes McG's "Fall Guy."...Security in Toronto during the fest likely will be tighter than in recent years, and when it comes to protecting
For supporters yearning for a return to other times, here is a Sunday too far away. This season, only Collingwood has pulled more barrackers through the turnstiles than Richmond, and it never played a home game in the tropics...Of the three games at