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29 Oct 2014

MCC Academy coaches record number in 2014

The MCC Cricket Academy will have seen a record number of kids attending one of its specialist coaching courses in 2014.

Cambridge University
07 Oct 2014

MCCU YouTube Videos launched

MCC releases videos to highlight success of MCCU scheme, with interviews from Andrew Strauss and Michael Atherton among others.

ESCA V MCC SCHOOLS
04 Sep 2014

ESCA canter to MCC Schools victory

English Schools Cricket Association XI cruised to a nine-wicket win over MCC Schools in their annual fixture at Lord's, with captain Max Holden (Sawston Village College) making 67.

schoolchildren at Lord's

MCC Foundation welcomes 280 youngsters to Lord's

Lord's and the Marylebone Cricket Club Foundation (MCCF) are welcoming elite young cricketers from MCCF Cricket Hubs across the UK for a specialist coaching day on Thursday 28 August.

Gibson
11 Aug 2014

Durham's Gibson wins MCCU prize

Durham MCCU opener Rob Gibson has won the Walter Lawrence MCC Universities Award for 2014.

Leeds Bradford
25 Jun 2014

Leeds/Bradford MCCU to represent England in Campus Cricket

Leeds/Bradford MCCU will represent English universities in the Red Bull Campus Cricket T20 tournament.

Lewis Bramley
24 Jun 2014

Loughborough win thrilling MCCU final

Mark Best made a superb century and Devon Endersby took six wickets as Loughborough beat Leeds/Bradford by two wickets in the last over of a thrilling MCCU final at Lord's on Monday 23 June.

Spirit of Cricket open day at Lord's

Kids take over Lord's for Spirit of Cricket

600 school children from around the UK joined Chris Tremlett and Charlotte Edwards at Lord's for the second Chance to Shine - Spirit of Cricket open day.

Chris Tremlett

Schoolchildren to take over Lord's

Chris Tremlett, Mark Nicholas and Charlotte Edwards will join 600 primary schoolchildren from around the country, alongisde local Westminster schools, for a joint Chance to Shine/MCC Spirit of Cricket open day at Lord's Cricket Ground.

Chance to Shine
22 Apr 2014

Competition in school sport under threat

A generation of children are growing up aware that winning is important but admit that they wouldn’t miss it if it was gone, according to research published by MCC and ‘Chance to Shine’ cricket charity.

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