MCC Spirit of Cricket
MCC and the Wisden City Cup (WCC) have announced that this year’s most promising WCC player will become an MCC Young Cricketer (YC) in 2012.
Leeds/Bradford MCCU Coach Andrew Lawson praised Simon Barrett’s record breaking innings of 168 against Derbyshire as ‘phenomenal.’
After signing a professional contract with Gloucestershire, Oxford MCC University captain, Ed Young, says the MCCU scheme was crucial to his development.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales, now a county champion with Nottinghamshire, says that without the 'YC' scheme he may have become a policeman.
MCC Young Cricketers, a squad of promising young players from around the world trained at Lord's - take on 'the boss' when they face an MCC team. Can they continue their winning run?
MCC Universities’ early season county fixtures continued to provide a perfect platform for emerging student cricketers.
MCC Head Coach Mark Alleyne insists his MCC Young Cricketers will not get carried away despite a 100% start to their second XI campaign.
Two former Scotland captains will take on their countrymen when MCC face a strong Scotland side at Lord’s on Thursday 21 April. Entry to the match is free.
Two former MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) have made a strong start to their LV County Championship careers after being handed first-team opportunities.
Essex’s rising star Reece Topley admits he has already achieved his goals for 2011 but is hoping for more wickets after a flying start to his first-class career.
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