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vistors enjoy a tour at lord's
09 Jun 2015

MCC Celebrates 25 Years of Lord's Tours

For 25 years MCC has been welcoming the public to tour the various famous landmarks and locations around Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Christopher Martin-Jenkins
09 Jun 2015

MCC and BBC Launch the CMJ Spirit of Cricket Awards

MCC and the BBC are now accepting nominations for the 2015 CMJ Spirit of Cricket Awards.

03 Jun 2015

Women's Cricket Week

MCC is encouraging women cricketers and its female playing membership to participate in Women’s Cricket Week at Colwall CC, Herefordshire, in August.

Lord's raise £20K for Gurkha Welfare Fund earthquake appeal
02 Jun 2015

£20,000 Raised for Nepal at Lords

Spectators at Lord’s during England v New Zealand Test raised more than £20K in support of those affected by Nepal earthquake.

MCC flag at half-mast
01 Jun 2015

Former MCC President Lord Griffiths Dies

MCC has expressed sadness at the death of former Club President The Rt. Honourable the Lord Griffiths, M.C., P.C. 

Mark Ramprakash
25 May 2015

Ramprakash to ring five-minute bell on day five

England batting coach Mark Ramprakash will ring the five-minute bell before the start of play on day five in the first England v New Zealand Investec Test match at Lord’s.

mike selvey

Mike Selvey to ring Lord's day four bell

The five-minute bell to signify the start of play on Day Four of the England v New Zealand First Investec Test will be rung by former Middlesex and England bowler Mike Selvey.

Mark Nicholas
21 May 2015

Day two bell to be rung by Mark Nicholas

Mark Nicholas will ring the five-minute bell before play starts on Day Two of the first England v New Zealand Investec Test match at Lord’s on Friday.

father time weather vane
21 May 2015

Father Time set for 100 hours of repairs

Repair work on Lord’s Cricket Ground’s famous weathervane, Father Time, is ongoing after it was damaged by strong winds in March.

day/night cricket
20 May 2015

Stephenson delighted with day/night Test outcome

MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson says he is hugely encouraged by the ICC Cricket Committee's "strong reccomendation" that countries explore possibilities for day/night Test matches.

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