Former Oxford MCCU cricketer Richard Coughtrie has become the latest young player to commit his future to Gloucestershire by signing an extended contract.
England Team Director Andy Flower and the late Graham Dilley have both been honoured at the UK Coaching Awards.
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.
England’s preparations for a hectic 2012 have stepped up, with Andrew Strauss one of several Test players joining the ECB’s Performance Programmes.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Ian Cockbain has signed a new contract with Gloucestershire, keeping him at the club until 2013.
Sean Terry, a former MCC Young Cricketer, is following in his father Paul’s footsteps after signing a development deal with Hampshire CCC for 2012.
Ex-MCC Young Cricketer and West Indies skipper Darren Sammy has led his side to their first Test series win under his captaincy, against Bangladesh.
Ross Taylor, a former MCC Young Cricketer, is enjoying a good start to his career as New Zealand captain after taking over from Daniel Vettori.
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.
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