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Toby Roland-Jones

Roland-Jones on the Lord's Podcast

Middlesex bowler Toby Roland-Jones and All Out Cricket's Ed Kemp guest on the latest Lord's Podcast.

Giles Clarke and Dave Richardson

WCC: ICC should state long-term vision

MCC's World Cricket committee has called for ICC to state its long-term vision for cricket after its second meeting of 2014 at Lord's this week.

Ian Bell Charlotte Edwards

Bell and Edwards England Cricketers of the Year

Ian Bell and Charlotte Edwards were named as England's Men's and Women's Cricketers of the Year 2013/14 in an awards ceremony at Lord's.

Arran Brindle

RoW celebrate MCC win in historic clash

A fine performance from a star-studded Rest of the World Women team helped them to a 41-run victory in their historic fixture against MCC at Lord's, despite a valiant 70 from Charlotte Edwards.

Deandra Dottin

In focus: Deandra Dottin

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson previews West Indies' master-blaster, Deandra Dottin.

Amy Jones
17 May 2014

Jones replaces Taylor for MCC Women

Amy Jones has replaced injured MCC wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor in the team to play Rest of the World in the Lord's Bicentenary celebration match at the Home of Cricket on Monday 19 May.

Suzie Bates
17 May 2014

In focus: Suzie Bates

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson looks at New Zealand's Suzie Bates.

Charlotte Edwards
16 May 2014

In focus: Charlotte Edwards

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson looks at England's rock, Charlotte Edwards.

Ellyse Perry
15 May 2014

In focus: Ellyse Perry

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson profiles the golden girl of women's cricket, Ellyse Perry.

Meg Lanning
14 May 2014

In focus: Meg Lanning

Ahead of the inaugural match between MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson profiles Australia's World Cup winning captain Meg Lanning.

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