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09 Oct 2013

Chasing the dream of professional cricket

Leicester youngster Janak Valand has signed with MCC Young Cricketers for the 2014 season after impressing during the 2013 Lord's Taverners City Cup.

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08 Oct 2013

Community Event a success

More than 100 local community members aged 65 and over attended Silver Sunday at Lord's on 6 October, enjoying an inter-generational cricket match, a bespoke tour of the Ground and traditional afternoon tea.

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04 Oct 2013

The Lord's Podcast - October

England's Ashes tour Down Under and the Laws of Cricket are top of the bill on the latest edition of the Lord's Podcast, co-hosted this month by the Editor of The Cricketer Magazine, Andrew Miller.

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01 Oct 2013

The voice of the Laws of Cricket

MCC has launched a new set of animations narrated in English, Hindi and Urdu aimed at helping young players, novices and casual fans develop a greater understanding of the Laws of Cricket.

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30 Sep 2013

Gatting looks ahead to his Presidential year

Former England and Middlesex captain Mike Gatting begins his one-year term as MCC President on Tuesday 1 October.

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30 Sep 2013

Meet the MCC Committee's newest Members

Lord's TV introduces the four new elected Members of the MCC Committee, who start their three-year stint on Tuesday 1 October 2013.

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21 Sep 2013

CMJ Award Winners delighted to be at Lord's

MCC and the BBC have announced the winners of the inaugural Christopher Martin-Jenkins Spirit of Cricket awards. 

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21 Sep 2013

Discovering cricket's history

Some of the most valuable and interesting cricketing artefacts, highlighting the history and heritage of MCC and Lord's Cricket Ground, are held in the MCC Archive.

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21 Sep 2013

Notts fans react to winning the YB40

An inspired bowling spell from Samit Patel helped Notts Outlaws beat Glamorgan by 87 runs in the final of the YB40 at Lord's.

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18 Sep 2013

Read: I don't want to come away without the trophy

Nottinghamshire captain Chris Read says getting to Lord's is just half the job and is desperate not to come away empty handed from Saturday's YB40 final with Glamorgan.

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