Ravinda Jedeja has replaced injured Gautam Gambhir in the India squad for the One Day International series with England, as the tourists’ wretched luck continues.
Durham, Somerset, Surrey and Sussex will battle it out in the semi-finals of the Clydesdale Bank 40 in a bid to qualify for the Final at Lord’s, on Saturday 17 September.
Alex Hales, former MCC Young Cricketer, has been called up to the full England Twenty20 squad, to face India at Old Trafford on Wednesday 31 August.
MCC Universities (MCCU) graduate leg-spinner Tom Craddock has signed a two year deal with Essex after impressing on a two-month trial with the county.
Former MCC Young Cricketer Kevin O’Brien, England’s destroyer in the ICC World Cup, says Ireland are primed for a repeat of that shock win in Dublin.
Keith Bradshaw is to stand down as MCC Secretary & Chief Executive.
Charlotte Edwards says the England Women’s set up is the envy of world cricket and has challenged her side to stay on top of the world in all forms of the game.
Surrey became the first side to win a spot in the Clydesdale Bank 40 semi-finals by thrashing Leicestershire.
On Monday 22 August an MCC side take on a team from the Club Cricket Conference in one of many matches at Lord's with free entry during August.
As England are officially crowned the number one Test team in the world, Lords.org looks back at some of the defining moments of their journey.
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