Six wickets by Graeme Swann and 49* from Alastair Cook have seen England beat Sri Lanka in Colombo to retain their no.1 Test status.
Graeme Swann's late wickets spoiled Mahela Jaywardene's defiance to keep England in pole position to seal victory in Colombo and save their no.1 Test status.
Kevin Pietersen was warned for time wasting after Tillakaratne Dilshan pulled out of his delivery stride when Pietersen shaped to 'switch-hit'. Was this right?
Kevin Pietersen's magnificent century took England to a dominant position in the second Test in Colombo, as they posted 460 to lead by 185.
Former MCC Young Cricketers captain Paul Muchall has signed a two-year deal with Gloucestershire after a successful pre-season trial with the club.
England moved into a strong position after day two in Colombo as Alastair Cook made an unbeaten 77, but Andrew Strauss fell for 61 as they reached 154/1.
Centurion Mahela Jayawardene was once again the thorn in England's side, but late wickets helped the tourists restrict Sri Lanka to 238/6 on day one in Colombo.
Leeds/Bradford MCC University came within two runs of beating Surrey in the opening round of first-class MCCU matches.
MCC has once again struck a partnership with the Indian Premier League to ensure the tournament is played in the Spirit of Cricket.
MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson has declared his support for the improved Kookaburra Generation 5 pink ball and pushed for further trials to take place.
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