Food and drink plays a big role in any major match at the Home of Cricket but it wouldn't be possible if not for the hard work of the MCC cellar team.
The ICC Cricket Committee has accepted a report from MCC on the switch hit/reverse sweep stating that the shot should remain a legitimate part of the game.
Dawid Malan struck a stunning 96 from just 88 balls as Middlesex recorded their first YB40 win of the season against Yorkshire in the debut List A match at Radlett.
MCC Young Cricketer Adam Dobb savoured the experience of being 12th man for England's win over New Zealand at Lord's - despite missing out on the chance to take the winning catch.
Rain stalled Durham's progress on day three of their LV= County Championship fixture against Middlesex, Michael Stoneman making a half-century as just 18 overs were bowled.
Middlesex's Neil Dexter hit a valuable fifty as the Panthers struggled with the bat on day two of their LV= County Championship match against Durham at Chester-le-Street.
Stuart Broad was at Lord’s to watch his name go onto the Honours Board following the New Zealand Test in which he picked up the Man of the Match award for his 7/44 on the fourth day.
Ian Smith described Lord’s as mind-blowing after beginning proceedings at the Home of Cricket on 19 May by ringing the Pavilion bell.
The second day of the first Investec Test of the summer at Lord's was saved by four very special structures - the floodlights.
Former New Zealand skipper Jeremy Coney shared his thoughts on the Test match so far after ringing the bell to signal the beginning of the third day’s play.
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