Alastair Cook has called for more from his ailing batsmen after England slumped to a second successive heavy defeat on their one-day tour of India.
Ollie Rayner will return to Middlesex on a permanent deal next summer, while Jamie Dalrymple departs the Lord’s based county.
The MCC Committee met today at Lord’s and discussed recent press reports regarding the resignation of MCC’s Secretary & Chief Executive, Keith Bradshaw.
Darren Gough believes England need to demystify the art of bowling in the sub-continent in order to be successful against the top Asian sides this winter.
Somerset batsman Nick Compton has been in India for the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 and blogging for Lords.org.
Archery has 'fallen in love' with Lord’s following the Olympic test event, according to the Secretary General of International Archery, Tom Dielen.
Somerset have defied expectations to reach the last four of the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 2011.
Graham Dilley, the former England fast bowler and Loughborough MCC University Coach has died aged 52, after a long illness.
Phillip Hodson has highlighted a number of challenges facing MCC during his year long tenure as President, after succeeding Christopher Martin-Jenkins.
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.
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