Lord’s will host two first-time finalists when the Persimmon National Village Cup reaches the Home of Cricket on Sunday 4 September.
Durham, Somerset, Surrey and Sussex will battle it out in the semi-finals of the Clydesdale Bank 40 in a bid to qualify for the Final at Lord’s, on Saturday 17 September.
Keith Bradshaw is to stand down as MCC Secretary & Chief Executive.
On Monday 22 August an MCC side take on a team from the Club Cricket Conference in one of many matches at Lord's with free entry during August.
As England are officially crowned the number one Test team in the world, Lords.org looks back at some of the defining moments of their journey.
Kevin Pietersen rated his unbeaten 202 at Lord's as the toughest innings of his career.
Andrew Strauss has voiced his support for the MCC World Cricket Committee’s (WCC) suggestion that lie detector tests could be used to prevent corruption in cricket.
MCC Head Groundsman, Mick Hunt, says he's expecting the seamers to shine on the pitch he's prepared for the npower Test between England and India.
Lord's will host the West Indies next year after being awarded a Test match by the ECB.
The MCC World Cricket Committee's Steve Waugh undertook a polygraph test as part of their investigations into ways to eradicate corruption in cricket.
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