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James Anderson celebrates
17 May 2013

Our five-for: Day two reviewed looks back at a record-breaking day for one Englishman, and another one to be hugely satisfied with for the tourists.

17 May 2013

Middlesex complete Somerset trouncing

Tim Murtagh finished with ten wickets in the match as Middlesex completed a thrashing of Somerset to go back on top of the LV= County Championship Division one.

Live photos
16 May 2013

In pictures: England v New Zealand - Day 1

Live Test Match action photos - as well as behind-the-scenes images from the Home of Cricket.

Andrew Flintoff and Brett Lee
16 May 2013

MCC and BBC create awards in honour of CMJ

MCC and the BBC have announced the creation of two ‘Spirit of Cricket’ awards in memory of Christopher Martin-Jenkins, the former MCC President and BBC Test Match Special Commentator who died this year.

Jamie Oliver
16 May 2013

Jamie Oliver visits his food village

Chef Jamie Oliver was at Lord's for the first day of the English cricket summer to have a look around the Lord's Food Village.

Dennis Amiss
16 May 2013

Amiss rings in the start of the summer

Former England batsman Dennis Amiss signaled the start of England's Test Match summer at Lord's on 16 May by ringing the famous bell in the Bowlers' Bar.

Hot spot camera
16 May 2013

Day one - what you might have missed looks back at the first day of the Test match summer and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.

Trent Boult
16 May 2013

Our five-for: Day one reviewed

Day 1 of the first Investec Test match between England and New Zealand was an old fashioned affair. Here are our top five picks from the day.

Tim Murtagh
16 May 2013

Murtagh bowls Middlesex towards win

Tim Murtagh took eight wickets on day two, as Middlesex moved into a potentially match-winning position after making Somerset follow-on in Taunton.

Ross Taylor
15 May 2013

Taylor reunited with coach

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor caught up with his former MCC Young Cricketers coach Clive Radley ahead of the first Investec Test and remembered his time at Lord's as an up and coming cricketer.

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