England won their seventh straight home series after romping to a win over the West Indies at Trent Bridge which also seals their place as the no.1 ranked Test side.
Stuart Broad and Andrew Strauss' names have been etched onto the Lord's Honours Boards after their heroics for England in the opening Test against the West Indies.
Team GB has named an experienced team of six archers to compete in the London 2012 Archery competition at Lord’s.
Chris Waters’ Fred Trueman, The Authorised Biography, has won the acclaimed Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year award for 2012.
Tim Harrington has taken up the position of MCC Executive Head Chef at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
Times of India photojournalist SL Shanth Kumar has won the Wisden-MCC Photo of the Year competition for 2011 in the current edition of the cricketing almanack.
Younus Khan's magnificent century put his side in a dominant position as he and Azhar Ali turned the third Test in Pakistan's favour on day two in Dubai.
An epic 30-part series exploring the relationship between sport and the British is currently running on BBC Radio 4.
England have another selection dilemma ahead of the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, after Chris Tremlett became a major doubt with a back problem.
2011 will be remembered by England fans as the summer when their Test side realised a dream which many might have thought impossible, as Andrew Strauss' team became the top ranked side in the world.
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