MCC Head Groundsman Mick Hunt has been awarded the ECB Groundsman of the Year award in a ceremony at Trent Bridge.
Leg-spin bowling legend Shane Warne says England are not the favourites ahead of the forthcoming Ashes and will "struggle to take 20 wickets".
England women’s captain Charlotte Edwards is the most capped female player in world cricket after winning her 142nd cap against Sri Lanka.
Hampshire wicket-keeper Nic Pothas says former team-mate Kevin Pietersen is a "borderline genius" and can be the difference between the sides during the forthcoming Ashes Series.
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.
England seamer Isa Guha believes MCC Young Cricketers Danielle Wyatt, Heather Knight and Fran Wilson have a "big opportunity" during the tour of Sri Lanka.
Andrew Strauss praised the efforts of his bowlers after making an unbeaten 120 to guide England to victory against Western Australia in Perth.
Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke believes Australia will go from strength to strength this winter after their first win since July against Sri Lanka in Brisbane.
Despite enjoying an excellent start to his Test career, Angus Fraser says England bowler Steven Finn will have to step-up another level in the forthcoming Ashes series.
MCC will host the third NatWest One Day International between England and Sri Lanka at Lord's on Sunday 3 July 2011.
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