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Spirit of Cricket Assembly

Schoolchildren take over Lord's

MCC welcomed 600 Chance to Shine children to the Home of Cricket on Tuesday 25 June for its first ever Spirit of Cricket Open Day.

Steven Finn celebrates

Finn's school gets Chance to Shine at Lord's

Pupils from Steve Finn’s old school, Cassiobury Junior School in Watford will share the Lord’s outfield with the England and Middlesex bowler on Friday 17 May, as they take part in a cricket demonstration during the lunch interval of the Test Match between England and New Zealand.

Andrew Flintoff and Brett Lee
16 May 2013

MCC and BBC create awards in honour of CMJ

MCC and the BBC have announced the creation of two ‘Spirit of Cricket’ awards in memory of Christopher Martin-Jenkins, the former MCC President and BBC Test Match Special Commentator who died this year.

Craig Kieswetter

Kieswetter gets into the Spirit of Cricket

England wicket-keeper Craig Kieswetter helped launch the 2013 Chance to Shine campaign by attending an MCC Spirit of Cricket assembly at a school in Somerset.

Chance to Shine

The win-at-all-costs generation

Two-thirds (64%) of Britain’s schoolchildren are cheating during school sport due to the pressure they feel under to win, according to research published by MCC and 'Chance to Shine’ cricket charity.

J.P. Morgan Media Center

Wisden Editor on Lord's Podcast

Lords.org is delighted to bring you the latest edition of the Lord's Podcast, which this month is co-hosted by Wisden editor and Daily Mail cricket writer Lawrence Booth.

Sachin Tendulkar of the Mumbai Indians
03 Apr 2013

IPL stars promote MCC Spirit of Cricket

MCC and the Pepsi IPL have combined for the sixth successive year to ensure that the 2013 IPL tournament is played in the right spirit.

Children mark Ashes series 100 day countdown

Schoolchildren helped to create the silver outline of a giant Ashes urn at Lord's Cricket Ground to mark 100 days until the start of the 2013 Investec Ashes series on 10 July.

Argentina tour

Into the (reverse)-swing of things

MCC's tour to Argentina was about more than just victories on the pitch according to Steve Snell.

Mike Brearley

Mike Brearley Post-NZ thoughts

In the aftermath of the latest World Cricket committee meeting, Mike Brearley says complacency is the biggest risk in cricket's corruption fight.

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