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Zimbabwe
19 Sep 2012

The forgotten no ball

Graeme Cremer was denied the key scalp of Mahela Jayawardene in Zimbabwe's match against Sri Lanka at the ICC World Twenty20 due to a rare beast - the back-foot no ball.

Ashes
17 Sep 2012

Discover: MCC's history keepers

The MCC Museum, Library and collections are about much more than just the Ashes Urn. Join Lord's TV for an insight into the work of MCC's Arts and Library team.

15 Sep 2012

Golden match in a golden year

In the 50th year of one-day finals at Lord's, the two best teams in the country served up one of the best climaxes to any final, as Hampshire lifted the CB40 trophy.

14 Sep 2012

Champions collide in season finale

Warwickshire and Hampshire are both seeking to claim a second trophy of the summer in the CB40 final on Saturday 15 August - the 2012 season finale.

13 Sep 2012

CB40 Final latest: Carter's goodbye

The latest news ahead of the Summer Finale at Lord's on Saturday 15 September, as Warwickshire confirm Neil Carter is to retire following the match.

13 Sep 2012

Bakewell inducted to ICC Hall of Fame

Enid Bakewell, one of England's finest female cricketers and MCC Honorary Life Member, will be inducted to the ICC Hall of Fame on Saturday.

10 Sep 2012

Giles happy with CB40 preparations

Ashley Giles is confident his side can refocus on the CB40 final against Hampshire at Lord's on Saturday 15 September, after clinching the LV= County Championship.

10 Sep 2012

Carberry: "Lord's still the showpiece"

Hampshire's England prospect Michael Carberry believes the CB40 Final at Lord's against Warwickshire will be the showpiece event of the county summer.

10 Sep 2012

Glory for Reed in Village Final

Reed Cricket Club of Hertfordshire won the Yorkshire Tea Village Cup Final at Lord's with a six-wicket defeat of North Yorkshire's Woodhouse Grange.

06 Sep 2012

Five reasons to come to the CB40 final

Lords.org gives cricket fans five reasons to join us at the Home of Cricket for the Warwickshire v Hampshire CB40 Final on Saturday 15 September.

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