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MCCUs
11 Mar 2013

MCC youngsters take on county pros

Thirty talented young cricketers will represent MCC on an eleven day pre-season training camp in the UAE from 14 – 25 March.

UAE win for MCC U19s

MCC's first ever Women's age-group team have beaten Sussex U19s to win the Arabian Challenge (ARCH) Trophy in the UAE.

Adam Hose
13 Feb 2013

YCs in winter: Adam Hose

In our latest YC in winter profile, Lords.org talks to Adam Hose, 2012's IRK MacLaren Young Cricketer Award winner, who is spending two weeks at the Global Cricket School in Mumbai, India.

06 Feb 2013

2013's MCC Young Cricketers unveiled

MCC Head Coach Mark Alleyne has announced an eighteen-man MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) squad for the 2013 season.

MCCUs
24 Jan 2013

A MCCU chance to sign

The best of the non-contracted players from the six-MCC Universities were given a chance to showcase their skills in front of county coaches at a specially arranged net session in the MCC Academy.

Charlotte Edwards

World Cup fever

As England Women travel to India to defend their ICC World Cup title, captain Charlotte Edwards assesses a frenetic build up.

England women

England's World Cup women to watch

As England’s women set off for a training camp in India to prepare for the defence of their ICC World Cup crown this February, Lords.org takes a look at three young players who could be key for captain Charlotte Edwards.

Sarah Taylor

Taylor can take her county chance

MCC Head Coach Mark Alleyne has backed Sarah Taylor to excel should she play men's county cricket next summer and insisted the idea should be taken seriously.

Stuart Poynter
20 Dec 2012

YCs in winter: Stuart Poynter

Ireland cricketer and YC Stuart Poynter has shunned the sun of the southern hemisphere in favour of a winter at Lord's ahead of a big summer in 2013.

Jamie Porter
06 Dec 2012

MCC Young Cricketers in winter

MCC Young Cricketer Jamie Porter is just the latest in a long line of ambitious young English cricketers to swap the harsh realities of the British winter for the Australian sunshine in order to work on their game.

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