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Young on Australian learning curve

Oxford MCC University graduate Ed Young is enjoying a cricketing finishing school experience in Australia before his first full season with Gloucestershire.

First- Class for Cardiff & Leeds

Student cricketers have been given the opportunity to secure a first class degree alongside a first-class record next summer after it was announced that all six MCC Universities (MCCUs) have been awarded first-class status by the ECB.

24 Nov 2011

Tests given vote of confidence

Test cricket was given a vote of confidence at Lord’s, as the ECB announced a new sponsor for the five-day game.

24 Nov 2011

Strauss wary of Pakistan resurgence

England captain Andrew Strauss expects a tough examination from a resurgent Pakistan team when they meet early next year.

21 Nov 2011

Australia win to draw thrilling series

Australia won a thrilling Test match against South Africa by two wickets in Johannesburg to salvage an unlikely draw from the two-match series.

19 Nov 2011

MCC saddened by D'Oliveira death

MCC has reacted with great sadness to the news of Basil D’Oliveira’s death, aged 80, after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. The MCC flag at Lord’s was at half mast.

18 Nov 2011

Test players join performance squads

England’s preparations for a hectic 2012 have stepped up, with Andrew Strauss one of several Test players joining the ECB’s Performance Programmes.

17 Nov 2011

Bradshaw appointed S. Australia CEO

Former MCC Secretary & Chief Executive Keith Bradshaw will take the reins at the South Australia Cricket Association in Adelaide, from January 2012.

16 Nov 2011

WICB announce 2012 pink-ball fixtures

Pink-ball day/night cricket will again feature in the 2012 West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) regional four day first-class competition.

15 Nov 2011

MCC donates kit to Sierra Leone

MCC has sent the Sierra Leone Cricket Association (SLCA) an early Christmas present this November by donating a full set of cricket nets and an artificial playing surface to the governing body.

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