Cricketers from the villages of Reed in Hertfordshire and Woodhouse Grange in North Yorkshire are this year's competitors in the Yorkshire Tea Village Cup on Sunday 9 September.
Jim Troughton and Jimmy Adams are eyeing a trophy winning end to successful seasons after qualifying for the CB40 Final at Lord's on Saturday 15 September.
Ian Bell led England to a comfortable victory to keep them at the top of the ICC ODI rankings, after a fine bowling performance had restricted the target to just 221.
MCC has signed a five-year deal with WiFi provider The Cloud to install high-speed public WiFi at Lord's.
Andrew Strauss called time on his career in a hastily arranged press conference at the Home of Cricket.
The CB40 semi-final line-up remains in the balance ahead of the final round of matches this Bank Holiday Monday - with a place in the Lord's final to play for.
Jacques Kallis left Lord's for a third and probably final time without a century, joining other greats of his generation who have struggled in NW8.
Just 13 days after the Olympic Archery event was held at Lord's, one of the finest Test matches in the ground's history was staged.
A Vernon Philander-inspired South Africa took victory and the number one Test ranking despite some late heroics from Matt Prior and England's lower order on a thrilling final day.
MCC has paid public thanks to the Club’s groundstaff, whose outstanding work after the Olympic archery competition enabled Lord’s to host this Test Match just 13 days after the final arrow had been shot.
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