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phil tufnell and stuart elsworth
04 Aug 2016

Liverpool teacher wins MCC/Chance to Shine award

A school teacher from Liverpool has been named the Best Cricket Teacher in England and Wales in a competition run by MCC and Chance to Shine.

Ben Foakes of Surrey
03 Aug 2016

Surrey knock Middlesex out of RLODC

Surrey reached the quarter-finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup and knocked their city rivals Middlesex out in the process with victory in a rain affected match at Lord's.

Sir Garfield Sobers

Sobers: Lord's century was my best innings

As he turns 80, West Indies great Sir Garfield Sobers has described his century at Lord's in 1966 as the best innings he ever played.

ashar zaidi
28 Jul 2016

Zaidi's quick 50 helps Essex beat Middlesex

Ashar Zaidi's rapid half century led Essex to a five-wicket win against Middlesex at a packed Lord's.

t20 lord's
26 Jul 2016

Coming to Middlesex v Essex?

Middlesex play their final home NastWest T20 Blast Group match of the season against Essex, with a home quarter-final in their sights.

Sean Solia
25 Jul 2016

MCC YCs break run record

MCC YCs have recorded their highest ever score, 588/8dec against Somerset II at High Wycombe in their recent County Championship Second XI fixture.

Jodie Fields

One year until Women's World Cup Final at Lord's

On Saturday 23 July there is exactly one year to go until Lord’s hosts the ICC Women’s World Cup Final.

toby roland-jones
22 Jul 2016

The Royal London One-Day Cup at Lord's

Lord's hosts three Royal London One-Day Cup matches in 10 days, and each fixture offers something different.

George Bailey
21 Jul 2016

Middlesex beat Surrey in sell-out London Derby

Middlesex produced their highest successful T20 run chase to beat Surrey by five wickets with five balls to spare, at a sold-out Lord’s.

20 Jul 2016

Woakes, Misbah and Yasir donate to MCC Museum

Signed match shirts from Yasir Shah and Chris Woakes, as well as the signed sweater of Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq, are now on display in the MCC Museum

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