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Sam Robson
07 Nov 2014

Robson signs contract extension with Middlesex

Opener Sam Robson has signed a contract extension with Middlesex which will keep him at Lord's until the end of the 2016 season.

Adam Voges
06 Nov 2014

Voges replaces Rogers at Middlesex for 2015

Adam Voges will replace his fellow Australian Chris Rogers as Middlesex's overseas player and four-day captain for 2015.

29 Oct 2014

MCC Academy coaches record number in 2014

The MCC Cricket Academy will have seen a record number of kids attending one of its specialist coaching courses in 2014.

MCC in Japan
27 Oct 2014

Worcs' Mitchell leads MCC Japan trip

Worcestershire captain Daryl Mitchell will lead an MCC squad on its final tour of 2014 to Japan, with former England and Middlesex captain John Emburey managing the trip.

London Sports Writing Festival
22 Oct 2014

London Sports Writing Festival set for kick-off

The second London Sports Writing Festival kicks off at Lord's on Thursday 23 October, with Gareth Thomas, Sol Campbell, Sir Alex Ferguson and Kevin Pieterson among the top names billed.

Joe Denly
20 Oct 2014

Denly released by Middlesex

Joe Denly has been released from the final year of his contract with Middlesex and will rejoin Kent for the 2015 summer.

Sourav Ganguly
20 Oct 2014

England v India & Gooch's 333 win greatest poll

Graham Gooch’s record-breaking aggregate score of 456 against India in 1990 has been voted the greatest ever individual performance at Lord’s, while India's legendary 2002 NatWest Trophy Final win over England was elected the best match.

Dawid Malan
17 Oct 2014

Malan guests on Lord's Podcast

Middlesex CCC's 2014 Player of the Year Dawid Malan, along with cricket writer Vithushan Ehantharajah, discuss cricket, confidence and Sir Viv.

Steve Smith
15 Oct 2014

MCC happy with Steve Smith catch

MCC has clarified the current application of the Laws of Cricket on 'significant movement' of fielders, which was brought into light by Australia's Steve Smith during a recent One Day International against Pakistan.

David Rayvern Allen
13 Oct 2014

Cricket historian Rayvern Allen dies

Cricket historian, archivist and Member of MCC's Arts & Library committee David Rayvern Allen has died after a battle with cancer at the age of 76.

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