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Gideon Haigh
18 Apr 2013

Haigh's Warne book wins MCC prize

Gideon Haigh's acclaimed biography 'On Warne' has won the 2013 Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year Award at Lord's.

Lights
17 Apr 2013

There will be light

MCC has been granted planning permission for its floodlights for another five-year period from 2014 to 2019.

Steven Finn
17 Apr 2013

Finn on song as Middlesex take control

Steven Finn took 4/36 as Middlesex finished in a strong position with Derbyshire 205/9 at Lord’s after day one of their LV=County Championship match.

Cayman Islands touring party
16 Apr 2013

MCC head for Cayman Islands

Ex-England and Scotland international Gavin Hamilton is one of five players with first-class experience representing MCC on a six-match tour of the Cayman Islands.

St Pauls
16 Apr 2013

CMJ remembered at thanksgiving

Writer, broadcaster and former MCC President Christopher Martin-Jenkins MBE has been remembered in a special thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral in London.


Steven Finn
16 Apr 2013

Lord's set for season opener

Middlesex host newly promoted Derbyshire in the first match at Lord's in 2013 with England fast bowler Steven Finn available for selection.

Sam Robson batting for Middlesex
13 Apr 2013

Middlesex romp to victory over Nottinghamshire

Middlesex openers Sam Robson and Chris Rogers guided their side to a convincing 10-win over Nottinghamshire on the final morning at Trent Bridge.

Chance to Shine

The win-at-all-costs generation

Two-thirds (64%) of Britain’s schoolchildren are cheating during school sport due to the pressure they feel under to win, according to research published by MCC and 'Chance to Shine’ cricket charity.

England women batter Sarah Taylor

Sarah Taylor in MCC YC squad

England internationals Sarah Taylor, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones and Danni Wyatt lead a 12-strong MCC Women’s Young Cricketers squad announced by MCC and ECB for the 2013 season.

Neil Dexter celebrates a wicket
12 Apr 2013

Dexter five keeps Middlesex on top

Neil Dexter's career-best figures of 5/27 put Middlesex in a dominant position at the close of day three at Trent Bridge, despite a stirring fightback from the Nottinghamshire tail.

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