A strong fifteen-man MCC touring party departed for Tanzania earlier this week for the Club’s final overseas tour of 2012.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is currently working with turf consultant Steven Pask Limited to add two new pitches to the main Lord’s square.
It will be hard to top the 2012 CB40 Final, but Lord's will give it go when the Final returns on September 21 next year.
Mike Griffith has succeeded Phillip Hodson and has begun his one-year tenure as President of MCC.
MCC President Mike Griffith has praised the efforts of his 'tireless' predecessor Phillip Hodson, as the former's reign gets underway.
James Harris will play his cricket at Lord's in the 2013 summer, after announcing he has joined Middlesex from Glamorgan.
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.
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.
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.
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