MCC Spirit of Cricket
Children as young as eight are being put off sport by their parents, a new study by MCC and Chance to Shine have revealed.
Lords.org introduces Paras Khadka, captain of Nepal and part of MCC's team for the Emirates Airline T20 competition in Dubai.
MCC has been involved with cricket in Afghanistan since 2006, when the Club were beaten by the national team in a match played in Mumbai.
MCC's global cricketing links have never been as strong or as varied - a fact illustrated by the former Young Cricketers at the current ICC Cricket World Cup.
Rod Marsh will deliver the fifteenth MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lord’s on Tuesday 1 September, 2015.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland has described 2015's MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecturer Rod Marsh as the "absolute embodiment of the Baggy Green".
MCC's partnership with highly successful youth cricket charity Chance to Shine will continue into its sixth year, it has been announced.
Former MCC-Foundation of Goodness cricket scholar Tharindu Kaushal made his Test debut for Sri Lanka against New Zealand in Christchurch in this year's Boxing Day Test match.
Worcestershire captain Daryl Mitchell will lead an MCC squad on its final tour of 2014 to Japan, with former England and Middlesex captain John Emburey managing the trip.
Sussex all-rounder Luke Wright leads the list of winners in the second annual CMJ Spirit of Cricket Awards.
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