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21 Jul 2017

Women's World Cup: England's triumph in '93

Robert Curphey takes a look back at the previous Women's World Cup Final held at Lord's in 1993 with help from some items in the MCC Archive. 

12 Jul 2017

A Cricket Match at Mary-le-bone Field

Charlotte Goodhew investigates a famous painting by Francis Heyman of a cricket game on Mary-le-bone fields 

04 Jul 2017

England v South Africa: a history

A blog looking into the history between England and South Africa ahead of the first Test at Lord's on July 6. 

kumar sangakkara with his portrait
18 May 2017

Sangakkara & Jayawardene portraits unveiled

Portraits of Sri Lanka cricket legends Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara will be unveiled tomorrow by MCC in the Lord’s Pavilion.

mcc museum throwmotion
14 Mar 2017

New cricket game in MCC Museum

State of the art table-top game, 'Cricket Live!' is available for visitors to play in the MCC Museum.

william nicholson
22 Aug 2016

William Nicholson, the man who saved Lord's

The story of how William Nicholson, whose agreement to advance the money to help MCC purchase the freehold of Lord’s Cricket Ground saved it from a property developer 150 years ago.

Misbah Ul Haq and Yasir Shah at Lord's

Misbah and Yasir witness Honours Board history

Pakistan duo Misbah-ul-Haq and Yasir Shah were at Lord’s on Tuesday 9 August to watch their names be etched onto the Lord’s Honours Boards.

Sir Garfield Sobers

Sobers: Lord's century was my best innings

As he turns 80, West Indies great Sir Garfield Sobers has described his century at Lord's in 1966 as the best innings he ever played.

Middlesex T20
16 Jun 2016

Middlesex stars attempt to break 117-year record

A group of Middlesex cricketers have attempted to try and hit a ball over the famous Lord’s Pavilion for the first time in 117 years.

Simon Lister Book of the Year winner
12 Apr 2016

Fire in Babylon wins Book of the Year

Simon Lister has won the 2016 Cricket Society & MCC Book of the Year award for his Fire in Babylon, How the West Indies Cricket Tearm Brought a People to its Feet.

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