Rahul Dravid will appear for the first time since announcing his retirement, playing alongside Sourav Ganguly and Shaun Tait for MCC in the Emirates Airline Twenty20 in Dubai on March 23.
The West Indies, England’s first home opposition of the 2012 summer at Lord's, recorded their first victory over Australia since 2006 in an ODI in St Vincent.
MCC has extended its congratulations to Sachin Tendulkar after the India batsman made his 100th international century against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
Ian Blackwell is wary of MCC’s Champion County opponents Lancashire, as he prepares for his second trip to Abu Dhabi in three seasons.
Steve Waugh has urged administrators to be bold in their efforts to stamp out corruption in cricket.
MCC will spend £2million on infrastructure enhancements and maintenance of Lord's in 2012 - starting with a full external refurbishment of the J.P. Morgan Media Centre.
The MCC Committee met yesterday and reaffirmed its decision, taken on 30 November 2011, to focus on developing Lord’s Cricket Ground on the Club’s freehold land only, and with its own resources.
MCC released the following statement on 5 March 2012.
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