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21 Dec 2011

MCCU's grad Cowan gets Australia nod

Ed Cowan, a product of Oxford MCC University, will become the latest man to wear the famous Baggy Green when he takes the field for Australia on Boxing Day.

19 Dec 2011

A look back at Lord's in 2011

2011 will be remembered by England fans as the summer when their Test side realised a dream which many might have thought impossible, as Andrew Strauss' team became the top ranked side in the world.

16 Dec 2011

Porterfield to lead Combined Associates

Former MCC Young Cricketer William Porterfield has been named as captain of an Combined Associate & Affiliate side to play England in the UAE.

16 Dec 2011

Derek Brewer new MCC Chief Executive

MCC have announced that Derek Brewer is to be the next Chief Executive of the Club. He will become the fifteenth person to hold the post.

16 Dec 2011

Who is Derek Brewer?

MCC have announced that Derek Brewer is to be the next Chief Executive of the Club. He will become the fifteenth person to hold the post.

15 Dec 2011

Richard Coughtrie extends contract

Former Oxford MCCU cricketer Richard Coughtrie has become the latest young player to commit his future to Gloucestershire by signing an extended contract.

14 Dec 2011

Dravid backs day-night Tests

Rahul Dravid believes day-night Tests and a World Test Championship are “seriously worth exploring” in an effort to safeguard the future of Test cricket.

14 Dec 2011

Cozier awarded MCC life Membership

MCC has awarded cricket writer and commentator, Tony Cozier, Honorary Life Membership of the Club.

13 Dec 2011

Major resigns from MCC Committee

MCC has today accepted with great reluctance the resignation from the Club's Committee of Sir John Major because of fundamental disagreements over the direction of policy on the Vision for Lord’s; the manner in which decisions have been reached, and their wider implications for the Club.

12 Dec 2011

Tony Lewis elected Life Vice- President

The MCC Committee has elected former England and Glamorgan captain, Tony Lewis, as the 31st Honorary Life Vice-President of the Club

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