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."
Nottinghamshire, Durham, Warwickshire and Kent are prepped for the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finals as they look to book at trip to Lord's for the final on Saturday 20 September.
Number-one selling artist Bryan Ferry will perform in the Lord's Long Room at the Club's Bicentenary Gala Ball on Friday 17 October and at a MCC Members' Ball on Saturday 18 October.
The ICC Wricket World Cup trophy will be on display in the MCC Museum on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 August, with England vice-captain Eoin Morgan welcoming the prize to the Ground.
The outstanding drainage system at Lord's came to Nottinghamshire's aid as they beat Middlesex in a Royal London One Day Cup Group match.
MCC has announced the renewal of its association with Marston’s Beer Company in a new five year sponsorship and pouring rights deal.
The MCC Cricket Academy will be closed from Monday 22 September to Friday 10 October for surface refurbishment and the installation of new PitchVision equipment.
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