Middlesex's Friends Provident Twenty20 Cup star Adam Gilchrist is the 2010 winner of the Walter Lawrence Trophy.
Rachael Heyhoe Flint became first female inductee to the ICC Hall of Fame at the LG ICC Awards in Bangalore.
Lords.org columnist Steven Finn capped his rapid international ascent by being named ICC Emerging Player of the Year in Bengaluru with Sachin Tendulkar crowned Cricketer of the Year.
VVS Laxman starred with an unbeaten 73 as India edged to a thrilling one wicket victory over England’s Ashes opponents Australia in Mohali.
New seam bowler Anthony Ireland wants to help Middlesex compete for honours after moving to Lord's from Gloucestershire on a two-year contract.
Chart-topping pop-group Scouting for Girls swapped their instruments for cricket bats to brave batting against England’s James Anderson and Tim Bresnan at the Home of Cricket, last week.
Christopher Martin-Jenkins will succeed John Barclay and begin his one-year tenure as President of MCC tomorrow.
MCC has introduced eight amendments or clarifications to the Laws of Cricket which come into effect today.
With a thrilling 2010 season now behind us, thoughts will soon be turning at Lord’s to 2011 and the visits of Sri Lanka and India - including Sachin Tendulkar.
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