Alastair Cook has been named England One Day International captain while Stuart Broad is the new skipper of the Twenty20 team.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Alex Hales, now a county champion with Nottinghamshire, says that without the 'YC' scheme he may have become a policeman.
MCC Head Coach Mark Alleyne insists his MCC Young Cricketers will not get carried away despite a 100% start to their second XI campaign.
Essex’s rising star Reece Topley admits he has already achieved his goals for 2011 but is hoping for more wickets after a flying start to his first-class career.
Ravi Bopara is determined to make Essex’s LV County Championship fixture with Middlesex the first of many visits to Lord’s in 2011 as he bids for a Test return.
Angus Fraser says the return of Ashes winner Steven Finn, alongside experienced new signings, can help Middlesex's push for promotion in 2011.
Middlesex’s rising star, MCC University graduate Toby Roland-Jones, says his side can gain promotion from the LV County Championship’s second tier in 2011.
Andrew Strauss has warned England to be wary of a repeat of their shock defeat to the Netherlands when the two sides meet in their opening ICC World Cup fixture.
Middlesex Panthers have confirmed the signing of South African all-rounder Ryan McLaren for their 2011 Friends Provident Twenty20 Cup campaign.
Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara has replaced India’s Sachin Tendulkar as the top batsman in Test cricket.
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