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Laws App
12 May 2016

MCC releases Laws of Cricket app

MCC has released the first ever Laws of Cricket app, available to download free on Android and Apple devices.

Charlotte Edwards
11 May 2016

Brearley pays tribute to retiring Edwards

Mike Brearley has paid tribute to England captain Charlotte Edwards, who has announced her retirement from international cricket.


Sam Robson Middlesex Lord's
11 May 2016

Robson continues good form in rain-affected draw

Sam Robson continued to pound loudly on the door marked England Selectors, in Middlesex’s heavily rain-affected County Championship draw with Nottinghamshire at Lord’s.

George Bailey cricket
10 May 2016

George Bailey signs for Middlesex

Middlesex have announced the signing of Australia's George Bailey.

JJ Warr Middlesex England
09 May 2016

Former MCC President JJ Warr dies

MCC has expressed its sadness on learning that MCC Honorary Life Vice-President and England bowler JJ (John James) Warr has died at the age of 88.

Mathew Hancock at Lords launching the new apprenticeship
09 May 2016

MCC helps launch new apprenticeship scheme

Cabinet Office Minister Mathew Hancock MP, along with some of London’s biggest sporting organisations including  MCC, the West Ham United Foundation, and London Youth Rowing, helped launch a new apprenticeship scheme at Lord’s today.


Sri Lanka cricket
06 May 2016

Sri Lanka touchdown at Lord's

Sri Lanka have began their tour of England this summer, after landing in London this week.

ben curran
05 May 2016

MCC Young Cricketers beat MCC

MCC Young Cricketers comprehensively beat an MCC XI at the Home of Cricket, with Ben Curran impressing.

lord's cricket ground general view
04 May 2016

Knight: Test cricket thriving in London

President Roger Knight has told MCC Members that ‘Test cricket has become London-centric’ and ‘the time has come to pay attention to that fact’.

Matthew Fleming playing for Kent
04 May 2016

Who is Matthew Fleming?

Find out more about the next President of MCC, former England and Kent all-rounder Matthew Fleming.

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