KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
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Lords.org looks back at the second day of the Test match between England and New Zealand and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.
The next Steven Finn
Yesterday Alastair Cook's former school coach and headmaster visited Lord's to watch their old pupil in action. Today it was the turn of Steven Finn's school to pay a visit to the Home of Cricket.
60 pupils from Cassiobury Junior School in Watford were given the chance to play cricket on the outfield during the lunch break as part of the MCC Spirit of Cricket and Chance to Shine initiative.
Lord's TV caught up with a couple of them on their big day out.
Double trouble in the Media Centre
While Homeland star Damian Lewis was chatting with Aggers on TMS, fellow actor Tom Ward from Silent Witness went under the radar.
However, we snapped both of them in the J.P. Morgan Media Centre looking chuffed to be here - Lewis for the second day in a row!
After two days here, he's fallen for something quite special about Lord's, listen here.
They start them young
Before the players had even strolled across the outfield this morning to have a net at the Nursery Pavilion the media circus was already in full swing.
While the England and New Zealand players had to wait till the close of play before the microphones were out in force, Lords.org found this young lad getting an early grilling in the Food Village.
From our eavesdropping we can safely say he didn't miss a beat and won't be causing a scandal in the red tops tomorrow morning!