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Loughborough University has announced that former Leicestershire batsman, Russell Cobb, has been appointed as their new MCCU Head Cricket Coach.
Tony Greig will deliver the twelfth MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture, at Lord’s, on Tuesday 26 June 2012.
Oxford MCC University graduate Ed Young is enjoying a cricketing finishing school experience in Australia before his first full season with Gloucestershire.
Student cricketers have been given the opportunity to secure a first class degree alongside a first-class record next summer after it was announced that all six MCC Universities (MCCUs) have been awarded first-class status by the ECB.
MCC’s work to develop cricket in war torn Afghanistan has taken another crucial step forward following the delivery of a first ICC Level 1 Coaching Course.
National under 13s champions High Wycombe Cricket Club enjoyed a special visit to Lord’s at the invitation of MCC to mark their successful summer.
Graham Dilley, the former England fast bowler and Loughborough MCC University Coach has died aged 52, after a long illness.
MCC graduates including Alex Hales and Toby Roland-Jones will spend time on England Performance Programmes this winter.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Gidman has described his time at Lord’s as ‘instrumental’ in his career, after being awarded a benefit by Gloucestershire.
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