World-class archery is taking place at Lord’s ahead of the London 2012 Olympic event, which will be held at the Home of Cricket.
MCC has issued a statement clarifying the difference between the new ICC Playing Conditions, introduced as of 1 October 2011, and the Laws of Cricket.
MCC graduates including Alex Hales and Toby Roland-Jones will spend time on England Performance Programmes this winter.
Phillip Hodson succeeds Christopher Martin-Jenkins and begins his one-year tenure as President of MCC on 1 October.
Lord’s will host the first and last Tests of the 2012 summer, as well as two One Day Internationals, after the full Major Match schedule was unveiled.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales has been named the Professional Cricketers’ Association’s Young Player of the Year for 2011.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Gidman has described his time at Lord’s as ‘instrumental’ in his career, after being awarded a benefit by Gloucestershire.
Somerset batsman Nick Compton is in India for the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 and blogging exclusively for Lords.org.
Lord’s is set to host two Test matches a year for at least the next five years, after ECB announced the distribution of major matches until 2016.
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