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Chance to Shine kids
13 Jan 2015

MCC and Chance to Shine to continue partnership

MCC's partnership with highly successful youth cricket charity Chance to Shine will continue into its sixth year, it has been announced.

Tharindu Kaushal

MCC scholar Tharindu Kaushal makes Test debut

Former MCC-Foundation of Goodness cricket scholar Tharindu Kaushal made his Test debut for Sri Lanka against New Zealand in Christchurch in this year's Boxing Day Test match.

Lord's Compton Stand

Entered the ballot? What happens next...

Entered the 2015 Lord's Public Ticket Ballot? Find out what happens next...

Sheila Hill and Charlotte Edwards
05 Jan 2015

Sheila Hill retires from Laws sub-committee

Sheila Hill, who has played a vital role in shaping the Laws of Cricket and training umpires for more than 25 years has retired from MCC's Laws sub-committee.

Lord's Cricket Ground
05 Jan 2015

Last chance to enter the Lord's Ballot

The 2015 Lord's Ticket Ballot for England's internationals against Australia and New Zealand will close at 11:59pm on Wednesday 7 January.

Angus Fraser
22 Dec 2014

Fraser on Lord's Podcast

Middlesex MD of Cricket & England selector Angus Fraser guests on the Lord's Podcast.

Tamim Iqbal Photo
18 Dec 2014

J.P. Morgan sponsors POTY competition

MCC has announced that J.P. Morgan is the new sponsor of the Wisden-MCC Photograph of the Year 2014 competition, which closes on 4 January 2015.

England cricket

Lord's to host ICC World Cup Finals

Lord’s has been chosen to host the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup Final and the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Final.

Australia cricket at Lord's
17 Dec 2014

Flashback: World Cup Finals at Lord's

Following the news that the Home of Cricket will host its fifth World Cup Final in 2019, Lords.org takes a look back through history to the first four matches.

J.P. Morgan Media Centre
16 Dec 2014

J.P. Morgan extends sponsorship at Lord's

MCC has announced that J.P. Morgan has extended its sponsorship of the iconic Media Centre at Lord's for a further two years.

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