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08 Oct 2014

Historic China & Hong Kong trip for MCC Women

An MCC team featuring ex-England batsman Claire Taylor and coached by Mike Gatting will depart for the Club's first ever women's tour of the Far East this weekend.

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The Lord's Podcast - August 2014

Middlesex bowler Toby Roland-Jones and All Out Cricket's Ed Kemp guest on the latest Lord's Podcast.

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Strauss: "The ball is going further these days"

MCC's World Cricket committee has called for ICC to state its long-term vision for cricket after its second meeting of 2014 at Lord's this week.

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Bell and Edwards England Cricketers of the Year

Ian Bell and Charlotte Edwards were named as England's Men's and Women's Cricketers of the Year 2013/14 in an awards ceremony at Lord's.

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RoW celebrate MCC win in historic clash

A fine performance from a star-studded Rest of the World Women team helped them to a 41-run victory in their historic fixture against MCC at Lord's, despite a valiant 70 from Charlotte Edwards.

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In focus: Deandra Dottin

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson previews West Indies' master-blaster, Deandra Dottin.

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17 May 2014

Jones replaces Taylor for MCC Women

Amy Jones has replaced injured MCC wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor in the team to play Rest of the World in the Lord's Bicentenary celebration match at the Home of Cricket on Monday 19 May.

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17 May 2014

Suzie Bates: "Lord's is a great occasion"

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson looks at New Zealand's Suzie Bates.

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16 May 2014

In focus: Charlotte Edwards

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson looks at England's rock, Charlotte Edwards.

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15 May 2014

Ellyse Perry: Lord's is like a fairytale

Ahead of MCC Women v Rest of the World Women on Monday 19 May at Lord's, Raf Nicholson profiles the golden girl of women's cricket, Ellyse Perry.

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