England's cricketers are enjoying a sense of satisfaction after their first international victory in 2012, according to captain Alastair Cook.
MCC kick-off their 2012 overseas touring programme with a thirteen day tour to Thailand starting on 14 February 2012.
MCC will spend £2million on infrastructure enhancements and maintenance of Lord's in 2012 - starting with a full external refurbishment of the J.P. Morgan Media Centre.
Tickets for days one and four of England's Test against the West Indies at Lord's are on sale now.
MCC has announced a collaboration with the England and Wales Cricket Board to enhance and expand the MCC Women’s Young Cricketers programme.
MCC has committed £8.64million to youth cricket since 2007, of which £1.44 million will be spent in 2012.
The MCC Committee met yesterday and reaffirmed its decision, taken on 30 November 2011, to focus on developing Lord’s Cricket Ground on the Club’s freehold land only, and with its own resources.
Inexperienced trio Jos Buttler, Danny Briggs and Alex Hales are in England’s squads for the ODI and Twenty20 series’ against Pakistan, while Ian Bell misses out.
England slumped to defeat in the third Test in Dubai, as Umar Gul and Saeed Ajmal inspired Pakistan to a 3-0 series whitewash.
Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann picked up 5 and 3 wickets respectively to set England a huge 324 runs to win the final Test.
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