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Mike Brearley
19 Jul 2013

Brearley: "It's celebratory"

Former Ashes winning captain Mike Brearley signalled the start of day two of the Investec Test between England and Australia with the five-minute bell.

Boris Johnson
19 Jul 2013

Day two - what you might have missed

Lords.org looks back at day two of the Test between England and Australia and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.

Graeme Swann
19 Jul 2013

Five-for: England dominate as Australia crumble

Graeme Swann led England to a dominant position on day two of the second Investec Ashes Series Test at Lord's as the tourists fell to a miserable 128 all out.

Queen
18 Jul 2013

In pictures: England v Australia - Day 1

Images from on and off the pitch on day one of the England v Australia Test match at Lord's.

Queue photo
18 Jul 2013

The pinnacle of queueing

The first day of the Investec Test at Lord's between England and Australia witnessed Members queueing around the Ground to try and make sure they got the best seats in the house.

Steve Waugh
18 Jul 2013

Waugh: "It doesn’t get any better than that"

Former Australia captain Steve Waugh started the second Investec Test between England and Australia by ringing the five-minute bell at the Home of Cricket.

18 Jul 2013

Five-for: Smith saves Australia after Bell ton

Lords.org looks back at the headlines from a topsy-turvy first day of the second Investec Ashes Series Test Match at the Home of Cricket.

Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe
18 Jul 2013

Day one - what you might have missed

Lords.org looks back at the first day of the Test between England and Australia and brings you some moments you might have missed from the Home of Cricket.

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.

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