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Yorkshire Tea's Night at the MCC Museum

A group of 50 die-hard cricket fans snapped-up the chance to join Steve Harmison and the Ashes Urn to watch the first day of the 2013/14 Ashes series in the MCC Museum at Lord's.

Lord's Cricket Store
04 Nov 2013

MCC release Buyers' Guide videos

MCC is offering players and parents expert tips and advice for buying cricket equipment this winter, after launching six Buyers' Guide videos.

Lord's Volunteers
01 Nov 2013

Ashes Legacy Partnership wins community Award

The Ashes Legacy Partnership, a joint-venture between MCC, Nottinghamshire CCC and Durham CCC has scooped the Community Award at the Nottingham Post Sports Awards.

Sam Robson
01 Nov 2013

Robson signs new Middlesex deal

Middlesex opener Sam Robson has signed a two-year deal keeping him at Lord's until the end of the 2015 domestic season.

Lord's
29 Oct 2013

Ashes success story for free wifi at Lord's

More than 18,000 spectators accessed free WiFi during the Ashes Series Test match at Lord's last summer, thanks to MCC's partnership with The Cloud.

England squad
24 Oct 2013

Long Room goodbye for England's Ashes squad

England's Ashes touring squad had a Long Room Lord's goodbye prior to flying to Australia to defend the Ashes.

Mike Brearley
23 Oct 2013

Brearley delivers Bradman Oration

Mike Brearley, the former England captain and Chairman of MCC's World Cricket committee, has delivered the 11th Bradman Oration, in Melbourne.

The London Sports Writing Festival
23 Oct 2013

Lord's hosts first Sports Writing Festival

Lord's has successfully hosted the first London Sports Writing Festival from 17-20 October.

Matthew Hayden and Mike Hussey
21 Oct 2013

Hussey and Hayden among new Hon. Life Members

Australia legends Matthew Hayden and Mike Hussey are among the latest former players to have accepted Honorary Life Membership of MCC.

The MCC Monogram
17 Oct 2013

MCC Committee wins Special General Meeting

MCC President Mike Gatting has called upon the Club to move forward with its Masterplan for ground development, after Members voted in support of the Club’s Main Committee in a Special General Meeting held at Lord’s.

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