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AUSTRALIA lost four wickets in 22 balls late on day four to all but lose hope of pulling off a miracle against Pakistan in Dubai.

THE exhilarating Melbourne derby was possibly the best ever and would have gone some way to convincing David Villa to return from New York.

MANCHESTER City’s bid to put pressure on EPL leaders Chelsea suffered a setback as the champions slumped to a surprise 2-1 defeat at West Ham.

IT was a tough day in the NBA for Australia with Joe Ingles and Brock Motum getting cut.

ARSENAL won their first Premier League match in over a month, beating Sunderland 2-0 with a brace from Alexis Sanchez after a pair of defensive errors.

Excursion Choices

The National Sports Museum at the MCG is a world-class museum in a world-class facility. 

It allows for all learning styles, is engaging, and has an extensive interactive component. 

Excursion choices

1. National Sports Museum

Self-guided museum visit. Knowledgeable, friendly volunteers on hand to assist..

Rotation through the 10 exhibition spaces best done in small, supervised groups.

Approximate time allowances: 30 minutes in museum and, subject to availability, 30 minutes in Game On interactives gallery.

Cost: $6.50 per student.

Free admission for one supervisor per 10 students and $11 per additional supervisor.

2. MCG Tour

Guided tour of the stadium by an MCC volunteer.

School tours are 60 minutes duration.

Cost: $6.50 per student.

Free admission for one supervisor per 10 students and $11 per additional supervisor.

3. Combined package: National Sports Museum and MCG Tour

All inclusions from both National Sports Museum visit and MCG Tour.

Cost: $11 per student.

Free admission for one supervisor per 10 students and $11 per additional supervisor.

Bookings are essential on (03) 9657 8879 or online here.

For information needed to organise your visit, view the Supervisor Information Pack.


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