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MCC 'graduates' earn ICC nominations

MCC cricketing graduates, including Andrew Strauss and Kevin O’Brien, have been nominated for the LG ICC Awards 2011.

08 Aug 2011

MCC's Hassan leads Afghan victory

MCC fast-bowler Hamid Hassan took match-winning figures of 10-85 as Afghanistan hammered Canada by 9 wickets in the ICC Intercontinental Cup.

03 Aug 2011

Fraser delighted with Simpson call-up

Angus Fraser puts ex-MCC Young Cricketer John Simpson's selection for the England Development XI down to his hard work with coach Jack Russell.

Spirit of Cricket on show at Lord's

School children from four primary schools will play at Lord’s at lunch on day one of the first npower Test after winning a MCC Spirit of Cricket competition.

20 Jul 2011

Strauss supports lie detector idea

Andrew Strauss has voiced his support for the MCC World Cricket Committee’s (WCC) suggestion that lie detector tests could be used to prevent corruption in cricket.

Young Cricketer in Tendulkar hype

MCC Young Cricketer Raveena Lakhtaria has been swept up in the hype surrounding Sachin Tendulkar’s appearance at Lord’s after bowling at the ‘Little Master.’

19 Jul 2011

WCC 'encourages polygraph debate'

The MCC World Cricket Committee's Steve Waugh undertook a polygraph test as part of their investigations into ways to eradicate corruption in cricket.

19 Jul 2011

WCC on Test cricket & corruption

Following their eleventh meeting the MCC World Cricket Committee has issued a number of statements on topics ranging from the future of Test cricket, through corruption in the sport, to the Umpire Decision Review System.

18 Jul 2011

Logart positive ahead of historic test

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.

14 Jul 2011

ICC Champions Mace in MCC Museum

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.

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