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JAMES Faulkner was man of the match while some big name Kiwis went missing in a one-sided World Cup final. See how every player rated.

LED by an inspirational knock from captain Michael Clarke, Australia romped to victory over New Zealand in the World Cup final at the MCG.

MITCHELL Starc capped an incredible World Cup after he was named Player of the Tournament in a series dominated by batsmen.

FOR the Australian cricket team a long and trying season scarred by real-life tragedy would end with sporting triumph when they won the World Cup for the fifth time.

STEVE Smith hit the winning runs after getting a massive stroke of luck courtesy of the Zing Bails, while Mitchell Starc gave Australia a dream start.

MCC Museum

Located on Level B1 of the Members Pavilion, the 400-square metre Melbourne Cricket Club Museum has more than 1500 artefacts on display, showcasing the rich history of the club and the ground it manages.

The centrepiece is the story of the mythical Ashes, where the club's outstanding collection of related memorabilia includes the famous Blackham Ball and an exquisite silver "urn" from manager Frank Laver's successful tour of England in 1909.
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