Grassroots cricket in England and Sri Lanka is the focus of 'Taking the Field', a groundbreaking new digital study involving MCC.
Durham MCC University Resuming on 70 not out, Smith progressed smoothly to his first County Championship century without offering a chance.
Cricketers from Shipton-under-Wychwood and Sessay will swap the village green for the Home of Cricket when they contest the npower Village Cup Final on Sunday 12 September.
International stars of the future have a golden opportunity to impress at the Home of Cricket when MCC schools take on the English School’s Cricket Association (ESCA) on Monday 13 September.
The first-ever game of 5IVES cricket was played by the MCC Universities and MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) on Monday 6 September.
Lord’s has been given planning permission to host the Olympic Archery events at London 2012.
Middlesex and England bowler - and Lords.org columnist - Steve Finn has won the Cricket Writers Club (CWC) Young Player of the Year award.
MCC Young Cricketers Heather Knight, Fran Wilson and Danielle Wyatt lead a strong MCC presence in England Women’s "dynamic" touring party, destined for Sri Lanka in November.
England star Eoin Morgan will continue to play his home matches at Lord’s after signing a new two year deal with Middlesex.
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