MCC’s work developing cricket in Afghanistan continues to blossom, with a cricket camp for girls in Kabul, the third such camp held in the country.
MCC and the Wisden City Cup (WCC) have announced that this year’s most promising WCC player will become an MCC Young Cricketer (YC) in 2012.
Former MCC Young Cricketer (YC) and Ireland ICC World Cup hero Kevin O’Brien has joined Gloucestershire for the remainder of the season.
Leeds/Bradford MCCU Coach Andrew Lawson praised Simon Barrett’s record breaking innings of 168 against Derbyshire as ‘phenomenal.’
After signing a professional contract with Gloucestershire, Oxford MCC University captain, Ed Young, says the MCCU scheme was crucial to his development.
Kevin Pietersen hopes to make his first appearance of the 2011 English season - against an MCC University side on May 11.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales, now a county champion with Nottinghamshire, says that without the 'YC' scheme he may have become a policeman.
MCC is offering more free cricket at Lord’s on Thursday 5 May as MCC East Anglia take on MCC West Midlands at the Home of Cricket.
Phillip Hodson, the Yorkshire businessman and Cambridge blue, will serve as the next President of Marylebone Cricket Club.
MCC Young Cricketers, a squad of promising young players from around the world trained at Lord's - take on 'the boss' when they face an MCC team. Can they continue their winning run?
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