With England’s Test series against Sri Lanka fast approaching attention is turning to the battle to replace Paul Collingwood at number six.
Harry Pearson’s Slipless in Settle - A Slow Turn Around Northern Cricket was awarded the Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year accolade at Lord’s.
Ravi Bopara is determined to make Essex’s LV County Championship fixture with Middlesex the first of many visits to Lord’s in 2011 as he bids for a Test return.
Durham MCC University graduate Andrew Strauss has been awarded an honorary Doctorate in civil law in a special ceremony at Lord’s.
ICC World Cup runners-up Sri Lanka will have a new One Day International captain when they play at Lord’s in 2011 after Kumar Sangakkara stood down.
It has taken 48 matches, spread over six weeks to decide but the 2011 ICC World Cup final features the competition's two best sides: India and Sri Lanka.
One Day Internationals do not come any bigger than this.
MCC’s captain for the day/night Champion County clash against Nottinghamshire, Chris Rogers, believes the experimental format is the ‘way of the future.’
New Zealand will be aiming to capitalise on South Africa's nerves as the Proteas seek to shake off their 'chokers' tag in the third ICC World Cup quarter-final.
Fred Titmus, former England Test player and Honorary Life Member of MCC, has died aged 78 - after a long illness.
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