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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.

15 Nov 2011

Nash sets sights on England honours

Sussex batsman Chris Nash is dreaming of further England honours after signing a new deal with his boyhood club.

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