ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat is confident that Test cricket can thrive despite admitting a decline in overall interest ahead of the 2,000th Test at Lord’s.
The forthcoming match between England and India at Lord's is the 2,000th Test match. To mark the occasion the ICC Mace will be on display in the MCC Museum.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales and MCC Universities graduate Tom Craddock both turned in eye catching performances in the LV County Championship.
Claire Taylor, who holds the record for the highest score in a One Day International at Lord’s, has retired from international cricket.
Following the ECB announcement that the 2012 West Indies Test, originally scheduled for Cardiff, will be put "back out to tender" - MCC have confirmed they will be bidding.
MCC Young Cricketer Georgia Elwiss has been called into the England squad for the NatWest Women’s Quadrangular Series 50-over tournament.
Former MCC Young Cricketers Kevin O’Brien and Hamish Marshall have smashed the world record for the highest ever domestic Twenty20 partnership.
The crème of the MCC Universities (MCCU) scheme will hope to attract the attention of the first class counties after being selected for the MCCU Combined team.
Reigning champions Durham take on 2009 winners Cardiff in the final of the MCC Universities Challenge competition at Lord’s on Monday 27 June.
MCC’s Spirit of Cricket message will be out in force across the country during Chance to Shine’s Brit Insurance National Cricket Day on Thursday 23 June.
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