Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has paid tribute to the former England bowler Sir Alec Bedser, who died on 4 April aged 91.
Graeme Swann has urged England to beat South Africa and prove they are still ICC World Cup contenders after their shock defeat to a Kevin O’Brien-inspired Ireland.
Two youngsters from MCC’s stable of young female cricketers shone as England beat India in Mumbai.
Former MCC Universities (MCCU) coach Richard Horner has been honoured for his work in nearly half a century of cricket coaching.
MCC confirm that it has held exploratory talks with a consortium bidding to buy an Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise.
MCC Women will tour the West Indies for the first time in their history when they leave Lord’s for Trinidad & Tobago today.
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