MCC has announced the county season showpiece match, the Clydesdale Bank 40 competition, will return to Lord’s in 2011.
Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara has replaced India’s Sachin Tendulkar as the top batsman in Test cricket.
MCC Head Groundsman Mick Hunt has been awarded the ECB Groundsman of the Year award in a ceremony at Trent Bridge.
Honorary MCC Member and elected Committee Member, Rachael Heyhoe Flint has been appointed to the House of Lords.
Cricket pundit Simon Hughes has backed England's players to withstand the intensity of an Ashes series Down Under saying they have grown in stature in the absence of talismanic all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.
MCC has appointed one of the UK’s leading property experts, Stephen Musgrave, to advise the Club on the next stage of the Vision for Lord’s project.
Australia’s dismal pre-Ashes form continued as they lost a one-off Twenty20 international against Sri Lanka in Perth - by seven wickets.
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.
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