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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.

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International dates announced for 2015

Dates for England's two Test matches and one ODI at Lord's in 2015 - including the Investec Ashes Series clash against Australia - have been announced.

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08 May 2014

ECB congratulate Morgan on MCC appointment

ECB Chairman Giles Clarke has congratulated David Morgan on being named as Mike Gatting's successor as MCC President.

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16 Apr 2014

Robson: "Test cricket's what everyone wants to play"

Middlesex batsman Sam Robson says he's "ready" for Test cricket after making 163 against Nottinghamshire at Lord’s.

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08 Apr 2014

Cook snared by MCCU student

20-year-old Cambridge University student Alasdair Pollock has picked up a prize scalp in Cambridge MCCU’s match against Essex - England captain Alastair Cook.

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04 Mar 2014

England v Sri Lanka: Five things to look forward to

With 100 days to go until the first Lord's Test of the summer as England take on Sri Lanka, Lords.org identifies five things to look forward to.

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27 Feb 2014

Vaughan: "Players must take responsibility"

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has called on England’s young stars to "make a name for themselves" with Test places up for grabs in the summer.

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24 Feb 2014

Lord's to host England v India Women's ODI

Lord’s Cricket Ground will host England and India Women in the final match of the Royal London ODI series on Monday 25 August.

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12 Feb 2014

Fraser appointed as England selector

MCC Committee member and former England bowler Angus Fraser has been appointed an England selector.

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05 Feb 2014

Kevin Pietersen makes 202 at Lord's

Kevin Pietersen made 202 not out for England against India in 2011 - his highest Test score at Lord's.

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