MCC has sent the Sierra Leone Cricket Association (SLCA) an early Christmas present this November by donating a full set of cricket nets and an artificial playing surface to the governing body.
Sussex batsman Chris Nash is dreaming of further England honours after signing a new deal with his boyhood club.
MCC’s work to develop cricket in war torn Afghanistan has taken another crucial step forward following the delivery of a first ICC Level 1 Coaching Course.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Ian Cockbain has signed a new contract with Gloucestershire, keeping him at the club until 2013.
MCC has expressed its disappointment that a World Test Championship has been deferred by the ICC until at least 2017.
World number two ranked side South Africa produced one of the most remarkable Test victories in living memory to take a 1-0 lead over Australia.
Andrew Flintoff hailed the late Graham Dilley as “an inspiration” as he led the tributes at a memorial service for the former pace bowler in Worcester Cathedral.
Sean Terry, a former MCC Young Cricketer, is following in his father Paul’s footsteps after signing a development deal with Hampshire CCC for 2012.
Former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe is making an audacious return to competitive cricket, aged 49.
Cricket documentaries ‘Storyville: Afghan Cricket Club - Out of the Ashes’ and ‘Fire in Babylon’, have both won a coveted 2011 Grierson Award.
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