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19 Nov 2012

Champion County returns to Abu Dhabi

MCC has confirmed that the season curtain-raiser against the Champion County Warwickshire will take place in Abu Dhabi for the fourth consecutive season.

14 Nov 2012

MCC Membership for Gunasekera

MCC has awarded Kushil Gunasekera, founder of the Sri Lankan charity the Foundation of Goodness (FOG), Honorary Life Membership of the Club.

14 Nov 2012

Finn to miss out for England

Steven Finn will miss the first Test against India in Ahmedabad - but Stuart Broad is set to play after recovering from a heel problem.

13 Nov 2012

Cowan makes his mark

Australia's Ed Cowan, who spent a summer with Oxford MCC University, has made his mark on Test cricket following his first century against South Africa.

08 Nov 2012

MCC players to make Tanzania return

Two MCC playing Members who toured Tanzania with the Club in October are returning to the country in January to boost the standard of their regional T20 tournament.

MCC Academy
08 Nov 2012

New vision for MCC Cricket Academy

The MCC Cricket Academy at Lord's has bolstered its world-class facilities following the introduction of state-of-the-art PitchVision software, a cricket store and a coffee shop.

06 Nov 2012

Photo of the Year 2012 launched

The search for the iconic cricket photograph of 2012 is nearing a conclusion, as Wisden and MCC in association with Park Cameras have joined forces for a third consecutive year in a bid to find the best cricket-themed image taken during the past twelve months.

06 Nov 2012

Hunt up for top groundsman award

MCC Head Groundsman Mick Hunt has been nominated for the Institute of Groundsmanship's Professional Cricket Groundsman of the Year award.

31 Oct 2012

Marsh excited by day/night Test

Rod Marsh says Test cricket should embrace day/night Test cricket, more than 30 years since he played in floodlit 'supertests' during World Series Cricket.

30 Oct 2012

Aus chief says day/night Tests inevitable

James Sutherland, CEO of Cricket Australia, has described a future day/night Test match as "inevitable", after the ICC pathed the way for the first fixture.

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