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29 Mar 2012

MCC "punished" admits Ramprakash

MCC captain Mark Ramprakash admitted his side were punished for their second innings collapse in the Champion County defeat to Lancashire in Abu Dhabi.

Afghanistan tour an option

MCC President Phillip Hodson has said a potential tour to Afghanistan may take place. In an interview with BBC Test Match Special he said:

MCC donate £28k to Sri Lankan charity

MCC President, Phillip Hodson, has presented Sri Lankan charity, the Foundation of Goodness, with a cheque for £28,000 at the MCC Cricket Ground, Sri Sumangala College in Hikkaduwa.

YCs pass Lancashire challenge

Mark Alleyne, MCC Head Coach, has told Lord's TV his MCC Young Cricketers have relished their chance to take on county champions Lancashire in Abu Dhabi.

MCC youngsters head to the UAE

MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) and a combined MCC Universities (MCCU) team are returning to the UAE for a joint training camp to prepare for the 2012 season.

23 Feb 2012

Thirmanne run-out- what the Law says

Lahiru Thirimanne was the centre of a controversial attempted run-out when he was backing-up outside his ground against India – but what do the Laws of Cricket say?

Cobb takes over at Loughborough

Loughborough University has announced that former Leicestershire batsman, Russell Cobb, has been appointed as their new MCCU Head Cricket Coach.

Greig to deliver 2012 Cowdrey Lecture

Tony Greig will deliver the twelfth MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture, at Lord’s, on Tuesday 26 June 2012.

Young on Australian learning curve

Oxford MCC University graduate Ed Young is enjoying a cricketing finishing school experience in Australia before his first full season with Gloucestershire.

First- Class for Cardiff & Leeds

Student cricketers have been given the opportunity to secure a first class degree alongside a first-class record next summer after it was announced that all six MCC Universities (MCCUs) have been awarded first-class status by the ECB.

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