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fine turf work at Lord's
19 Oct 2015

Lord's end of season renovations completed

End of season renovation of the Lord's outfield and square has been completed by Fineturf, the sports pitch construction and maintenance experts.

middlesex cricket lord's
12 Oct 2015

Middlesex appoint new CEO

Middlesex CCC have announced the appointment of Richard Goatley as their new Chief Executive Officer.

Mark Alleyne
12 Oct 2015

Mark Alleyne leaves MCC Head Coach role

Mark Alleyne has left MCC after nearly seven years as the Club’s Head Coach.

paul grayson
06 Oct 2015

Grayson set for Durham MCCU Coach role

Former England batsman Paul Grayson is set to succeed Graeme Fowler as the Head Coach of Durham MCC University.

Adil Rashid England
06 Oct 2015

Harris: "Adil Rashid has to play"

Middlesex bowler James Harris says Adil Rashid has to play in the UAE for England in their forthcoming Test series against Pakistan.

silver sunday
05 Oct 2015

Lord's hosts Silver Sunday event

More than 250 members of the local community visited Lord's for Silver Sunday on 4 October, an event which included an intergenerational cricket match and Afternoon Tea.

robbie savage
05 Oct 2015

LSWF in focus: Football events

Robbie Savage, Amy Lawrence, Guillem Balagué, Darren Fletcher, Henry Winter and Patrick Barclay are among the star names from the world of football who will appear at the London Sports Writing Festival at Lord's in November.

Roger Knight
30 Sep 2015

New MCC President and Chairman take office

MCC is set to welcome a new President and Club Chairman, as well as four new elected Committee members.

steve smith celebrates a catch
30 Sep 2015

Laws updated allows 'significant' fielder movement

MCC has announced an update to the Laws of Cricket which will, in some circumstances, allow a fielder to move significantly before the ball has reached the batsman.

James Fuller
30 Sep 2015

Middlesex sign Fuller from Gloucestershire

Middlesex have announced the signing of Gloucestershire seamer James Fuller on a three-year contract.

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