Roy Keane is among the speakers for the second London Sports Writing Festival to be held at Lord's this October.
A Ben Stokes inspired Durham snuck home to see off Warwickshire by three wickets and lift the Royal London One-Day Cup after a low scoring thriller at Lord's.
Warwickshire's Ian Bell will miss the Royal London One-Day Final against Durham at Lord's after failing to recover from a broken toe.
13-year-old Cheshire baker Ella Cook has won first prize in the inaugural Lord’s Bicentenary Cake Bake competition.
Durham all-rounder Ben Stokes is hitting the best form of his career ahead of this Saturday's Royal London One-Day Cup Final at Lord's, after a difficult summer.
MCC hosted a group of budding young media professionals from a local charity project at last Sunday’s National Village Cup Final.
Woodhouse Grange CC clinched their third National Village Cup with a 10-wicket win over Great & Little Tew CC at Lord’s on Sunday 7 September.
English Schools Cricket Association XI cruised to a nine-wicket win over MCC Schools in their annual fixture at Lord's, with captain Max Holden (Sawston Village College) making 67.
Sir Ian Botham used his 2014 MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture to express his concerns at the increasing power of the Indian Premier League, suggesting it "should not be there at all."
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