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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
27 Jun 2013

Middlesex's Friends Life t20 - five things to watch

With the Friends Life t20 season underway and Middlesex's first match at the Home of Cricket on Sunday 30 June, Lords.org takes a look ahead at what t... Read more
14 Jun 2013

Cook's Ashes challenge

In his latest blog for Lord's.org, World Cricket committee chairman Mike Brearley looks ahead to the Investec Ashes series and the challenges that Eng... Read more
05 Jun 2013

Rogers' 'second coming'

Middlesex opening batsman Chris Rogers talks to Lords.org about his Ashes call up, county colleague Sam Robson and the season so far at the Home of Cr... Read more
24 May 2013

Honours Board Legend: Caddick

In 2000, Andy Caddick produced one of the finest spells of bowling at Lord's to help skittle the West Indies out for 54 in their second innings and se... Read more

Sign, sealed, delivered, I'm back!

There was a special moment in the Pavilion Long Room after England's victory over New Zealand when bowler Mark Gillespie was reunited with the tour bo... Read more

The power of ten - how Cricket's Crown Jewels was born

MCC's Research Officer Neil Robinson tells the story of how the Cricket's Crown Jewels exhibition, in association with J.P. Morgan, came into being. Read more
14 May 2013

Honours Board Legend: Hussain

In the summer of 2004 England batsman Nasser Hussain walked out to bat against New Zealand at Lord’s for what would be his final innings and scored an... Read more

New Zealand win at Lord's: 1999

New Zealand's only Test victory in 15 attempts at Lord's came in 1999, back when the Home of Cricket was England's bogey ground. Read more
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