Lord’s will host the first and last Tests of the 2012 summer, as well as two One Day Internationals, after the full Major Match schedule was unveiled.
Lord’s is set to host two Test matches a year for at least the next five years, after ECB announced the distribution of major matches until 2016.
MCC has appointed Spencer Stuart, one of the world's leading executive search consulting firms, to find the fifteenth Secretary & Chief Executive of the Club.
Somerset batsman Nick Compton is blogging exclusively for Lords.org from the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 in India.
Surrey captain Rory Hamilton-Brown inspired his side to victory in the CB40 Final at Lord’s as Surrey overcame Somerset in a rain affected match.
Marcus Trescothick is fit to captain Somerset as they look to end their dismal run in one-day domestic finals against Surrey in the CB40 Final at Lord’s.
The experimental pink ball match between Kent and Glamorgan in Canterbury has been greeted with cautious optimism by players involved.
Ravi Bopara admitted his disappointment despite hitting his highest One Day International score and guiding England to a tie with India at Lord’s.
MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson has revealed talks with New Zealand Cricket about the possibility of hosting the first day-night Test match.
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