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.
The Lord’s ticket ballot - your best chance of securing tickets to one of the four major international matches at Lord’s in 2011 - closes today, Monday 13 December.
Inspired by Rahul Dravid, India hammered New Zealand by an innings and 198 runs in Nagpur to extend their unbeaten run to nine consecutive Test series.
MCC Head Groundsman Mick Hunt has been awarded the ECB Groundsman of the Year award in a ceremony at Trent Bridge.
Cricket pundit Simon Hughes has backed England's players to withstand the intensity of an Ashes series Down Under saying they have grown in stature in the absence of talismanic all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.
MCC has appointed one of the UK’s leading property experts, Stephen Musgrave, to advise the Club on the next stage of the Vision for Lord’s project.
MCC will host the third NatWest One Day International between England and Sri Lanka at Lord's on Sunday 3 July 2011.
Sachin Tendulkar's stunning century against Australia made good on his insistence to still be hungry for more runs as the India batsman notched his 49th Test century in Bangalore.
Lord’s has been given planning permission to host the Olympic Archery events at London 2012.
MCC hosted a fundraising dinner for Steve Waugh to aid The Steve Waugh Foundation towards raising £1m - with some unusual auction lots.
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