Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe is making an audacious return to competitive cricket, aged 49.
Cricket documentaries ‘Storyville: Afghan Cricket Club - Out of the Ashes’ and ‘Fire in Babylon’, have both won a coveted 2011 Grierson Award.
Ex-MCC Young Cricketer and West Indies skipper Darren Sammy has led his side to their first Test series win under his captaincy, against Bangladesh.
Angus Fraser believes Steven Finn’s impressive performances in India have put him in genuine contention to regain his England Test spot against Pakistan in 2012.
MCC World Cricket Committee (WCC) Chairman Mike Brearley has underlined the Club's stance against cricket corruption after Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif were found guilty of their part in a "spot-fixing" scam.
Ross Taylor, a former MCC Young Cricketer, is enjoying a good start to his career as New Zealand captain after taking over from Daniel Vettori.
Graeme Swann admitted England were “abjectly horrible” on their tour of India, despite ending the trip with victory in the one-off Twenty20 international.
England Women completed a superb unbeaten tour of South Africa with victory in the T20 series, and several MCC players playing their part in the win.
National under 13s champions High Wycombe Cricket Club enjoyed a special visit to Lord’s at the invitation of MCC to mark their successful summer.
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