Leeds/Bradford MCC University player Brad Kruger made his ICC World Cup debut for Netherlands in their five wicket defeat to hosts India.
Former skipper Michael Vaughan has urged England gamble and take more risks in their pursuit of the ICC World Cup - insisting they can still come out on top in an open tournament.
Former MCC Young Cricketer (YC) Kevin O’Brien’s phenomenal innings of 113 from just 63 balls carried Ireland to a shock World Cup victory over a lacklustre England.
Kevin O’Brien’s former coach at MCC Clive Radley has hailed the Irish batsman as the hardest hitter of the ball he saw after his century against England.
Eighteen players with strong links to MCC will form the large part of the 29-man Unicorns squad - which will take part in the 2011 Clydesdale Bank 40 competition.
All eyes will be on England’s bowlers as they look to avoid an ICC World Cup upset against Ireland in Bangalore.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Ned Eckersley has been named in a 29-man Unicorns squad for the 2011 Clydesdale Bank 40 competition.
Leeds/Bradford MCC University (MCCU) batsman Alex Blake is delighted to have sealed a new three-year deal with Kent after a breakthrough season in 2010.
Darren Maddy’s MCC tourists struggled as they took on both the best of Namibia cricket and the worst of its weather on the Club’s first overseas tour of 2011.
Durham MCC University student Seren Waters is relishing taking on the best players in the world after being selected in Kenya’s 15-man ICC World Cup squad.
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