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19 Jan 2015

Nepal captain Khadka in MCC T20 team

MCC is set to bolster its links with Nepalese cricket this year, starting with national team captain Paras Khadka’s selection for the Club in the Emirates T20 tournament in Abu Dhabi this March.

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Edwards: 'England can cause surprise'

World Cup winning captain Charlotte Edwards believes England's men can spring an upset in the forthcoming tournament in Australia and New Zealand, despite being among the underdogs for the competition.

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"Brett epitomised cricket" - Harmison

Former England fast-bowler Steve Harmison has hailed Brett Lee as one of the best he played against, as the former Australia quick announced his retirement.

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MCC scholar Tharindu Kaushal makes Test debut

Former MCC-Foundation of Goodness cricket scholar Tharindu Kaushal made his Test debut for Sri Lanka against New Zealand in Christchurch in this year's Boxing Day Test match.

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Entered the ballot? What happens next...

Entered the 2015 Lord's Public Ticket Ballot? Find out what happens next...

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Lord's to host ICC World Cup Finals

Lord’s has been chosen to host the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup Final and the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Final.

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17 Dec 2014

Flashback: World Cup Finals at Lord's

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.

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Cricket Review 2014 video released

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.

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MCC statement on Phillip Hughes

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.

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17 Nov 2014

MCC pleased by pink ball feedback

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.

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