Tony Greig was one of England’s finest all-rounders, who captained his country in 14 Tests.
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.
World number two ranked side South Africa produced one of the most remarkable Test victories in living memory to take a 1-0 lead over Australia.
Andrew Flintoff hailed the late Graham Dilley as “an inspiration” as he led the tributes at a memorial service for the former pace bowler in Worcester Cathedral.
Kevin Pietersen rated his unbeaten 202 at Lord's as the toughest innings of his career.
England wicket-keeper turned artist Jack Russell has unveiled a unique piece of ‘Cric-art’ painted on a canvas of bats at Lord’s.
Former England coach Duncan Fletcher has been appointed coach of India on a two year deal.
The Cricket World Cup, which kicks off on 19 February, could be one of the most open for years. We've picked out a few teams we think may have a say in destination of the trophy.
MCC has announced the county season showpiece match, the Clydesdale Bank 40 competition, will return to Lord’s in 2011.
To celebrate the start of the eagerly anticipated Ashes series in Australia, MCC and the Cricket Foundation have launched a series of exciting new Ashes quizzes for school children in England and Australia to enjoy.
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