MCC’s teenage tennis scholar Claire Vigrass, who plays and trains at Lord’s, has overcome injury to become the new Real Tennis Ladies World Champion.
Four current MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) have been named in the England Women’s squad for the NatWest Quadrangular Series this summer.
The winner of the inaugural Wisden and MCC Photograph of the Year award, for an image captured in 2010, has been announced.
Despite losing the Ashes Down Under this winter Claire Taylor believes the England Women's side is on the right path ahead of another competitive summer.
England Women launch their Ashes defence in Sydney on Saturday 22 January with three MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) vying for a place in the side.
England were largely expected to dominate against their hosts but found the going tough in difficult conditions - with matches postponed and rearranged because of poor weather.
England women’s captain Charlotte Edwards is the most capped female player in world cricket after winning her 142nd cap against Sri Lanka.
MCC Young Cricketer (YC) Danielle Wyatt and former YC Beth Morgan have been awarded coaching contracts by ECB and the Cricket Foundation.
Rachael Heyhoe Flint became first female inductee to the ICC Hall of Fame at the LG ICC Awards in Bangalore.
An MCC Women side traveled to Bath for a match - captained by England stalwart and Cricketer of the Year, Claire Taylor.
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