Lord’s has been chosen to host the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup Final and the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Final.
Following the news that the Home of Cricket will host its fifth World Cup Final in 2019, Lords.org takes a look back through history to the first four matches.
MCC has today released ‘Lord’s & MCC: 2014 Cricket Review’ – a look back at the highlights of the Club’s cricketing activities at home and overseas in the Lord’s Bicentenary year.
MCC has expressed its deepest condolences at the death of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes. The MCC flag at Lord's has been lowered in respect.
MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson has expressed his pleasure at the strong feedback from the latest round of day/night first-class trials which have been completed in Australia.
MCC has clarified the current application of the Laws of Cricket on 'significant movement' of fielders, which was brought into light by Australia's Steve Smith during a recent One Day International against Pakistan.
The ICC is optimistic that joint ICC/MCC funded wearable technology for monitoring illegal bowling actions will be ready for trials in matches as soon as 2015.
Matt Prior has voiced his support for specialist Decision Review System umpires in order to improve the quality of the system in the international game.
The ICC Wricket World Cup trophy will be on display in the MCC Museum on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 August, with England vice-captain Eoin Morgan welcoming the prize to the Ground.
Middlesex bowler Toby Roland-Jones and All Out Cricket's Ed Kemp guest on the latest Lord's Podcast.
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