MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) are a select group of talented young men and women who are hoping to go on to achieve professional county contracts.
This week an MCC-Chance to Shine team of coaches travelled to North London hoping to bring the Spirit of Cricket to Tottenham as the first of four London one day summer cricket camps.
The first three weeks of July saw a flurry of activity surrounding the Spirit of Cricket from the grassroots to the Test arena.
On Tuesday 10th August the Argentinean Cricket team were due to play MCC at Wimbledon Cricket Club.
MCC will be hoping to unearth the next generation of cricketing talent in Cambridge through a series of Summer Courses for primary and secondary school children.
More than 80 schoolchildren will have the chance to follow in the footsteps of the greats and play cricket at Lord’s on day two of the MCC Spirit of Cricket Test between Pakistan and Australia.
Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi says his youthful side can beat the similarly inexperienced Australia at Lord's in the MCC Spirit of Cricket Test.
MCC’s young cricketers enjoyed two impressive wins in the Second Eleven County Championship against Durham and Sussex.
Loughborough take on Durham in the MCC Universities Final at Lord's on Friday 25 June.
Thousands of school children will take part in a day of cricket activity, in classrooms and playgrounds across Britain, on Wednesday 23 June for Brit Insurance National Cricket Day.
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