Mike Griffith, the former Sussex captain, will serve as the next President of Marylebone Cricket Club. He will take up office on 1st October 2012.
MCC President, Phillip Hodson, today said that the Club’s Ground Working Party would be given a free hand to develop a new masterplan for Lord’s Cricket Ground.
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The Cricketer Magazine has voted Lord's the best place to watch Test cricket in the world, after a survey of journalists, broadcasters, photographers and fans.
John Stephenson has joined the ICC Cricket Committee for the 2012-14 term as MCC's representative, replacing Keith Bradshaw.
Middlesex's John Simpson reflects on a momentous victory over Surrey and looks forward to the return of Andrew Strauss and Steven Finn...
Chris Waters’ Fred Trueman, The Authorised Biography, has won the acclaimed Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year award for 2012.
Middlesex secured a thrilling 3-run LV County Championship victory over London rivals Surrey in a fascinating first match at Lord’s in 2012.
Times of India photojournalist SL Shanth Kumar has won the Wisden-MCC Photo of the Year competition for 2011 in the current edition of the cricketing almanack.
MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson has declared his support for the improved Kookaburra Generation 5 pink ball and pushed for further trials to take place.
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