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Capital Kids Cricket

More than 450 children from state schools across London, and six Chinese cricketers, lived out a dream of playing at Lord's as part of MCC's Capital Kids Cricket day.

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MCC Head Coach, Mark Alleyne talks to Lord's TV ahead of first Test

MCC Head Coach and former England international Mark Alleyne speaks to Lord's TV about the role of the MCC Young Cricketers in Test match preparation.

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15 May 2012

Afghanistan MCC Spirit of Cricket camps

Former Afghanistan captain, Raees Ahmadzai, recently ran two MCC Spirit of Cricket camps in the troubled country.

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Children staging 'psychological warfare'

Children as young as eight are victims of mental and physical bullying on the school playing field, according to research published today by MCC and the Chance to Shine campaign.

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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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