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02 Nov 2010

Ntini retires from international cricket

Makhaya Ntini, one of only ten oversees players to have taken ten wickets in a Test match at Lord’s, has retired from international cricket.

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01 Nov 2010

Morgan desperate for Ashes chance

Eoin Morgan believes he can force his way into the England starting XI for the first Ashes Test in Brisbane.

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08 Oct 2010

Lord's to host golden archers

England’s archers have been in golden form at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, with the 2012 Olympic event at Lord’s now less than two years away.

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05 Oct 2010

India beat Australia in Mohali thriller

VVS Laxman starred with an unbeaten 73 as India edged to a thrilling one wicket victory over England’s Ashes opponents Australia in Mohali.

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30 Sep 2010

MCC announce eight Law changes

MCC has introduced eight amendments or clarifications to the Laws of Cricket which come into effect today.

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21 Sep 2010

2010 review: Tigers, Tests & T20

It’s been another thrilling season of cricketing action at the Home of Cricket, drawing to a close with the fourth NatWest One Day International between England and Pakistan.

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18 Sep 2010

Bell: 'CB40 ton one of my best'

Ian Bell said his match-winning innings of 107 to win the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final against Somerset at Lord’s was "as good as I’ve played."

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16 Sep 2010

Swann: "Crowd can give us focus"

Graeme Swann insists England’s supporters have a big part to play if they are maintain their winning ways ahead of the fourth ODI with Pakistan, under floodlights at Lord’s on Monday 20 September.

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13 Sep 2010

MCC launch grassroots research project

Grassroots cricket in England and Sri Lanka is the focus of 'Taking the Field', a groundbreaking new digital study involving MCC.

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MCC Spirit of Cricket- A busy summer

The first three weeks of July saw a flurry of activity surrounding the Spirit of Cricket from the grassroots to the Test arena.

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