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03 Feb 2012

Warner's switch-hit: Is it legal?

David Warner's stunning switch-hit six for Australia in a Twenty20 match against India has provoked a multitude of reactions - but is it within the Laws of the game?

30 Jan 2012

Radio 4: Sport and the British

An epic 30-part series exploring the relationship between sport and the British is currently running on BBC Radio 4.

19 Dec 2011

A look back at Lord's in 2011

2011 will be remembered by England fans as the summer when their Test side realised a dream which many might have thought impossible, as Andrew Strauss' team became the top ranked side in the world.

16 Dec 2011

Derek Brewer new MCC Chief Executive

MCC have announced that Derek Brewer is to be the next Chief Executive of the Club. He will become the fifteenth person to hold the post.

16 Dec 2011

Who is Derek Brewer?

MCC have announced that Derek Brewer is to be the next Chief Executive of the Club. He will become the fifteenth person to hold the post.

13 Dec 2011

Major resigns from MCC Committee

MCC has today accepted with great reluctance the resignation from the Club's Committee of Sir John Major because of fundamental disagreements over the direction of policy on the Vision for Lord’s; the manner in which decisions have been reached, and their wider implications for the Club.

30 Nov 2011

MCC agree new plan for Lord's

The MCC Committee met today at Lord’s and considered a number of enhancement schemes put before it by its Ground Working Party.

24 Nov 2011

Tests given vote of confidence

Test cricket was given a vote of confidence at Lord’s, as the ECB announced a new sponsor for the five-day game.

15 Nov 2011

MCC donates kit to Sierra Leone

MCC has sent the Sierra Leone Cricket Association (SLCA) an early Christmas present this November by donating a full set of cricket nets and an artificial playing surface to the governing body.

10 Nov 2011

Flintoff leads tributes to Dilley

Andrew Flintoff hailed the late Graham Dilley as “an inspiration” as he led the tributes at a memorial service for the former pace bowler in Worcester Cathedral.

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