James Anderson has been named England's player of the year at the ECB's annual awards ceremony in the Long Room at Lord's.
Gordon Greenidge's unbeaten 214 to help the West Indies beat England at Lord's in 1984 is remembered as one of the finest innings ever played in a Test match at the Home of Cricket.
Jonny Bairstow is set to make his Test debut after being named in England's 13-man squad for the first Test against the West Indies at Lord's.
Dave Richardson, the MCC World Cricket committee member and former South Africa cricketer, has been nominated to succeed Haroon Lorgat as ICC Chief Executive Officer.
MCC’s Laws Sub Committee is examining at the Laws in relation to the switch hit, which has caused the ICC to consider introducing a new playing regulation.
Leeds/Bradford MCC Universities bowler Ivan Thomas has made his full Kent debut after helping his University to a famous win against Sussex.
Team GB has named an experienced team of six archers to compete in the London 2012 Archery competition at Lord’s.
Jimmy Adams insists the West Indies has an attack capable of taking 20 England wickets, but admits the tourists start the Lord's Test as underdogs.
Leeds/Bradford MCCU bowled Sussex out for 58 on their way to a 79 run win, featuring some superb individual performances.
What happens at Lord's when the rain sets in? Lord's TV has spoken to Steven Finn and others to find out.
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