MCC will host the third NatWest One Day International between England and Sri Lanka at Lord's on Sunday 3 July 2011.
Test Match Special commentator, Jonathan Agnew, says England "have a better side" than Australia and that he'd be "disappointed if we don’t win" the forthcoming Ashes Series.
Cricket lovers have the opportunity to own a selection of notable artefacts from the MCC collection at a unique Christie's Sporting Books auction (opens in a new window) on November 17.
BBC Test Match Special commentator Jonathan Agnew will be signing copies of his new book 'Thanks, Johnners' at Lord’s on Wednesday October 20.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) announced that it is currently evaluating tenders from the three shortlisted development companies in its search for the ‘Vision for Lord’s’ partner.
Bangladesh's talismanic batsman Tamim Iqbal has been named Wisden Cricketer magazine's Test Player of the Year - after a year which included an Honours Board century at Lord's.
Home of Cricket bound India cemented their position as the number one Test playing nation with a convincing seven wicket win over Australia in Bangalore.
Sachin Tendulkar's stunning century against Australia made good on his insistence to still be hungry for more runs as the India batsman notched his 49th Test century in Bangalore.
Lords.org columnist Steven Finn capped his rapid international ascent by being named ICC Emerging Player of the Year in Bengaluru with Sachin Tendulkar crowned Cricketer of the Year.
New seam bowler Anthony Ireland wants to help Middlesex compete for honours after moving to Lord's from Gloucestershire on a two-year contract.
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