The MCC Committee met today at Lord’s and discussed recent press reports regarding the resignation of MCC’s Secretary & Chief Executive, Keith Bradshaw.
Graham Dilley, the former England fast bowler and Loughborough MCC University Coach has died aged 52, after a long illness.
Phillip Hodson has highlighted a number of challenges facing MCC during his year long tenure as President, after succeeding Christopher Martin-Jenkins.
Somerset batsman Nick Compton is in India for the Nokia Champions League Twenty20 and blogging for Lords.org.
MCC has issued a statement clarifying the difference between the new ICC Playing Conditions, introduced as of 1 October 2011, and the Laws of Cricket.
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.
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