Phillip Hodson succeeds Christopher Martin-Jenkins and begins his one-year tenure as President of MCC on 1 October.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales has been named the Professional Cricketers’ Association’s Young Player of the Year for 2011.
Leicestershire Foxes batsman Will Jefferson is blogging exclusively for Lords.org from the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 2011.
MCC has paid tribute to H.H. The Nawab of Pataudi - known throughout the cricketing world as 'Tiger' - who has died, aged 70.
Lord’s is set to host two Test matches a year for at least the next five years, after ECB announced the distribution of major matches until 2016.
Geoffrey Boycott will act as an Ambassador for MCC on their final tour of the year to Bermuda to play a series of 50 and 20 over matches.
MCC has appointed Spencer Stuart, one of the world's leading executive search consulting firms, to find the fifteenth Secretary & Chief Executive of the Club.
Somerset batsman Nick Compton is blogging exclusively for Lords.org from the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 in India.
The experimental pink ball match between Kent and Glamorgan in Canterbury has been greeted with cautious optimism by players involved.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales has been named in the England Twenty20 squad to play the West Indies, to be captained by Graeme Swann.
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