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Umpires
04 Jan 2013

Laws set for changes in 2013

As MCC's Laws sub-committee prepares the 5th Edition of the 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket, Lords.org has a look ahead to developments in the Laws which are due to take effect in 2013.

Christopher Martin-Jenkins
01 Jan 2013

A tribute to Christopher Martin-Jenkins

Christopher Martin-Jenkins, President of the Club in 2010-11, the cricket writer and broadcaster, has died after a courageous battle against cancer.

Stuart Poynter
20 Dec 2012

YCs in winter: Stuart Poynter

Ireland cricketer and YC Stuart Poynter has shunned the sun of the southern hemisphere in favour of a winter at Lord's ahead of a big summer in 2013.

Hampshire
20 Dec 2012

2012: Top five Lord's matches

Lords.org looks back over 2012 and highlights five of the best matches to take place at the Home of Cricket.

Mark Ramprakash
19 Dec 2012

The return of the Ramps

Mark Ramprakash will return to Lord's on a full time basis for the first time in 12 years after being appointed as Middlesex's batting coach on a two-year deal.

Ian Botham
17 Dec 2012

Lord's Ashes classics: 1981

In the third of our series, we go back to 1981 to revisit Botham's lowest ebb - which became the famous turning point in one of the greatest Test series of all time...

Stuart Broad
14 Dec 2012

2012: Top five Lord's performances

From Amla to Onions, Lords.org reviews the top five individual performances at the Home of Cricket in 2012.

13 Dec 2012

Hunt wins top groundsman award

Mick Hunt, MCC Head Groundsman, has been awarded the Institute of Groundsmanship Cricket Groundsman of the Year award for 2012.

Steven Finn
10 Dec 2012

Ticket ballot now open

The Lord's 2013 International Ticket Ballot, featuring England's Test and ODI against New Zealand and the 2nd Investec Ashes Test Match clash with Australia is now open through to 7 January 2013.

Jamie Porter
06 Dec 2012

MCC Young Cricketers in winter

MCC Young Cricketer Jamie Porter is just the latest in a long line of ambitious young English cricketers to swap the harsh realities of the British winter for the Australian sunshine in order to work on their game.

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