Speaking at Lord's, stand-in England skipper Alastair Cook says he is keen to develop his own captaincy style when he leads the England team on tour to Bangladesh.
Former England bowler and Ashes winner Trevor Bailey has died aged 87.
Lord's are now accepting applications to join the waiting list for a Private Box at Lord's - the Home of Cricket.
MCC has awarded five former and current players Honorary Life Membership in recognition of their cricketing achievements.
MCC have announced their overseas tours plans for 2010, which include trips to the United Arab Emirates, USA, Vanuatu, Spain and the Caribbean.
MCC’s former Assistant Secretary (Cricket) and current member of the Laws sub-committee, John Jameson, has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours List.
South Africa seam bowler Makhaya Ntini could be the next big international star to sign for Middlesex for the 2010 season.
England seamer Isa Guha believes MCC’s Young Cricketers (YC) scheme is leading the way for the women’s game as she prepares for the defence of the Ashes in Australia.
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