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29 Aug 2013

The Bradman Oration and assessing 'ruthless' England

Mike Brearley gives a sneak preview of what might feature in his Bradman Oration, and assesses England's ruthless Ashes series winners. Read more

What is the Ashes trophy?

Alastair Cook will be presented with the Waterford Crystal Ashes Trophy at the conclusion of the fifth Ashes Test - but what is it and why does it exi... Read more
19 Aug 2013

Radley buoyed by Middlesex title chances

Middlesex CCC President Clive Radley discusses the County's prospects of winning their first title in 20 years ahead of the LV= County Championship ru... Read more
14 Aug 2013

How women changed cricket

In her latest blog for Lords.org, cricket historian Zoe English looks at how women may have invented overam bowling and trialled the first non-red cri... Read more

The Dark Side: A portrait of Glenn McGrath

MCC Collections Officer Charlotte Goodhew on Justin Mortimer's portrait of Glenn McGrath. Read more
01 Aug 2013

Neutral umpires and the Spirit of Cricket

In her latest blog for Lords.org, Zoe English reflects on Simon Taufel's MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture and the question of neutral umpires. Read more

Memory Man: Peter Doig on cricket, Francis Bacon and abstraction

Charlotte Goodhew talks to the acclaimed painter Peter Doig about cricket, Francis Bacon and his path towards abstraction. Read more
31 Jul 2013

Honours Board Legend: McGrath

Glenn McGrath, perhaps the finest fast bowler to play the game, returned to one of his happiest hunting grounds during the recent England v Australia ... Read more
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
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