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08 May 2013

Heritage, atmosphere... and food!

England stars Alastair Cook, James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann discuss the special atmosphere of a Lord's Test match... and the food.

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06 May 2013

Japanese cricket enjoys 150th birthday at Lords'

MCC Chief Executive & Secretary Derek Brewer has highlighted the importance of the Nursery Ground at Lord's, after more than 1,000 spectators attended the Club's match against Japan.

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06 May 2013

North ton helps Glamorgan sink Middlesex

Marcus North smashed a brutal century to set up a convincing victory for Glamorgan over Middlesex in the first YB40 match of the summer at Lord's.

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03 May 2013

MCC set for France trip

A fourteen-man MCC touring party will hop across the Channel on 5 May for the Club’s third overseas trip of 2013.

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01 May 2013

Lord's Redevelopment video

MCC Members can view a detailed video on the new Masterplan for the development of Lord's.

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16 Apr 2013

MCC head for Cayman Islands

Ex-England and Scotland international Gavin Hamilton is one of five players with first-class experience representing MCC on a six-match tour of the Cayman Islands.

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16 Apr 2013

CMJ remembered at thanksgiving

Writer, broadcaster and former MCC President Christopher Martin-Jenkins MBE has been remembered in a special thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral in London.


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05 Apr 2013

Downton star talks to Lord's TV

Hugh Bonneville, who plays Robert Crawley – the Earl of Grantham, in the award winning ITV series Downton Abbey - was at Lord’s to promote the new exhibition at the MCC Museum, sponsored by J.P. Morgan.

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The Lord's Podcast - April

Lords.org is delighted to bring you the latest edition of the Lord's Podcast, which this month is co-hosted by Wisden editor and Daily Mail cricket writer Lawrence Booth.

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15 Mar 2013

The first ever Test

Today marks the 136th anniversary of the first ever Test match between England and Australia.

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