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29 Jul 2013

Honours Board Legend: Amiss

In 1974, Warwickshire and England's Dennis Amiss struck 188 against India to help set up an innings-and-285-run victory as Mike Denness' side took an ... Read more

Mandela's lawyer remembers Lord's through the ages

Sir Sydney Kentridge, the former lawyer of Nelson Mandela, spoke to Lords.org during the second Investec Test at the Ground about cricket in the 1940s... Read more
23 Jul 2013

The birth of 'Carnival Cricket'

In her latest blog for Lords.org, Zoe English looks at the birth of 'Carnival Cricket' and the story of one-day cricket. Read more
18 Jul 2013

Luck and judgement

MCC World Cricket committee Chairman Mike Brearley reviews the latest meeting, where the Decision Review System was high on the agenda. Read more

'Cricket' - then and now

Graham Sheffield blogs for Lords.org on a film that shows the Ground during the Ashes summer of 1948, when Don Bradman's Australia were all conquering... Read more

All time Lord's Ashes XI

In the lead up to the 34th Test match between England and Australia at Lord's, Lords.org is assembling an 'All time Lord's Ashes XI' based on the best... Read more

Lord's Ashes classics: 2009

England threw off the shackles of 74 years of history to finally record and Ashes Series Test victory at Lord's, as Andrew Flintoff inspired them to v... Read more
11 Jul 2013

From 11 to 1

Debutante Ashton Agar is the top scorer in the opening Test of the Ashes series so far, falling agonisingly just two runs short of becomming the first... Read more

Into the light: Rupert Alexander on his portrait of Rob Fahey

Charlotte Goodhew talks to artist Rupert Alexander about his portrait of Real Tennis champion Robert Fahey. Read more

What is MCC's Royal Charter?

Royal Charters, which have been issued regularly by Monarchs since the first one in England, that granted, in 1231, to the University of Cambridge, ar... Read more
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