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Snape: Keep cool under pressure

Jeremy Snape is a former international cricketer who now works as a performance coach and psychologist to some of the world’s leading sports and business teams.

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YC Muchall signs for Gloucestershire

Former MCC Young Cricketers captain Paul Muchall has signed a two-year deal with Gloucestershire after a successful pre-season trial with the club.

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Leeds/ Bradford MCCU fall just short

Leeds/Bradford MCC University came within two runs of beating Surrey in the opening round of first-class MCCU matches.

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03 Apr 2012

Shaun Tait- Playing with Rahul Dravid

MCC has once again struck a partnership with the Indian Premier League to ensure the tournament is played in the Spirit of Cricket.

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29 Mar 2012

MCC "punished" admits Ramprakash

MCC captain Mark Ramprakash admitted his side were punished for their second innings collapse in the Champion County defeat to Lancashire in Abu Dhabi.

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Afghanistan tour an option

MCC President Phillip Hodson has said a potential tour to Afghanistan may take place. In an interview with BBC Test Match Special he said:

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MCC donate £28k to Sri Lankan charity

MCC President, Phillip Hodson, has presented Sri Lankan charity, the Foundation of Goodness, with a cheque for £28,000 at the MCC Cricket Ground, Sri Sumangala College in Hikkaduwa.

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YCs pass Lancashire challenge

Mark Alleyne, MCC Head Coach, has told Lord's TV his MCC Young Cricketers have relished their chance to take on county champions Lancashire in Abu Dhabi.

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MCC youngsters head to the UAE

MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) and a combined MCC Universities (MCCU) team are returning to the UAE for a joint training camp to prepare for the 2012 season.

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23 Feb 2012

Thirmanne run-out- what the Law says

Lahiru Thirimanne was the centre of a controversial attempted run-out when he was backing-up outside his ground against India – but what do the Laws of Cricket say?

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