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Michael Vaughan and Geoffrey Boycott
17 Jul 2013

World Cricket committee - statements

Statements from the latest meeting of the MCC World Cricket committee, which met at Lord's on 15 and 16 July to discuss topics including DRS and day/night Test cricket.

MCC's World Cricket committee
17 Jul 2013

DRS here to stay - World Cricket committee

Steve Waugh and Barry Richards are among MCC World Cricket committee members to strongly defended the Decision Review System - despite controversy during the first Ashes Series Test at Lord's.

17 Jul 2013

Middlesex move back on top after Sussex win

Middlesex moved back to the top of their Friends Life t20 group with victory over Sussex at Hove.

Michael Vaughan
17 Jul 2013

Vaughan: Warne is most missed

Former Ashes winning captain Michael Vaughan has described Australian spin bowler Shane Warne as the 'most missed cricketer of any generation' in the latest Lord's Podcast.

Steve Waugh
17 Jul 2013

Steve Waugh to let battle commence at Lord's

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh will ring the five minute bell on day one of the Second Test of the Investec Ashes Series.

Groundsman hammer
17 Jul 2013

In pictures - Lord's prepares for the Test

Lord's has been a hubbub of activity for the week leading up to the arrival of the 2013 Investec Ashes Series - browse some of the best pictures.

The Pitch
17 Jul 2013

The Test match pitch

Lord's TV has taken an exclusive look at the pitch for the second Investec Test between England and Australia which starts on Thursday 18 July.

Sonia Agar
17 Jul 2013

Agars bowled over by Lord's

Ashton Agar's parents may be hoping that if Australian captain Michael Clarke wins the toss tomorrow he'll bowl, as they have a flight to catch on the day their son could make his Lord's debut.

Christopher Martin-Jenkins
17 Jul 2013

CMJ Spirit of Cricket awards open

MCC and the BBC are now accepting entries for both the elite and youth CMJ Spirit of Cricket awards.

Urn Graphic
16 Jul 2013

Ashes Urn graphic - history, fact & fiction

The Ashes Urn symbolises the greatest rivalry in cricket, between England and Australia, but what is it?

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