The ICC is optimistic that joint ICC/MCC funded wearable technology for monitoring illegal bowling actions will be ready for trials in matches as soon as 2015.
Neil Dexter has signed a one-year contract extension with Middlesex which will keep him at Lord's until at least the end of the 2015 summer.
Woodhouse Grange CC clinched their third National Village Cup with a 10-wicket win over Great & Little Tew CC at Lord’s on Sunday 7 September.
A phenomenal innings of 164 from just 113 by Ben Stokes inspired Durham to victory over Nottinghamshire and book a Royal London One-Day Cup final against Warwickshire at Lord's on Saturday 20 September.
Warwickshire sealed a place in their third Lord's final in three years to set up a tilt at a one-day domestic double after beating Kent in the first Royal London One-Day Cup semi-final at Edgbaston.
Matt Prior has voiced his support for specialist Decision Review System umpires in order to improve the quality of the system in the international game.
English Schools Cricket Association XI cruised to a nine-wicket win over MCC Schools in their annual fixture at Lord's, with captain Max Holden (Sawston Village College) making 67.
Middlesex and Warwickshire saw out a rain-affected draw in their LV= County Championship fixture at Lord's, with youngster Sam Hain impressing with a century on the final day.
Sir Ian Botham used his 2014 MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture to express his concerns at the increasing power of the Indian Premier League, suggesting it "should not be there at all."
Nottinghamshire, Durham, Warwickshire and Kent are prepped for the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finals as they look to book at trip to Lord's for the final on Saturday 20 September.
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