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07 Dec 2017

MCC hosts Christmas Carol service

MCC celebrated Christmas with the local community and schoolchildren on a festive day of carols, mince pies and cricketing activities on Tuesday 5 December. 

 

01 Dec 2017

First Ashes Day/Night Test set to take place

The latest Ashes Test will be the first to be played under day/night regulations and with a pink ball, an idea for the game which was originally proposed by MCC.

01 Dec 2017

Bodyline: Telegrams and Scorebooks

Ahead of the second Ashes Test, MCC Archivist Rob Curphey explores some of the historical items in the collection related to the infamous 'Bodyline' tour in 1932-1933. 

 

30 Nov 2017

Lord's Cricket Ground launched at Kidzania

A miniature Lord's Cricket Ground has been unveiled at KidZania London, as part of a new indoor cricket facility in partnership with Middlesex Cricket.

29 Nov 2017

2018 Lord's fixtures confirmed

The 2018 season will commence on Friday 13th April, with 63 days of cricket scheduled across the summer.

28 Nov 2017

Middlesex 2018 T20 Blast fixtures at Lord's announced

Supporters will have an extra chance to watch T20 Blast cricket at Lord's, with five South Group matches to take place at Lord’s next summer

27 Nov 2017

Jamie Clifford Appointed MCC Assistant Secretary

Current Kent County Cricket Club Chief Executive Office, Jamie Clifford is appointed to MCC’s senior leadership team.

22 Nov 2017

Lord's to host 'Night at the Museum'

A group of 50 cricket supporters will watch the opening day of the Ashes in the company of the famous Ashes Urn, at a very special sleepover held in the MCC Museum at Lord’s.

16 Nov 2017

The Lord's Cricket Podcast - out now

The Lord's Cricket Podcast has launched a three-part special series dedicated to the Ashes that is available now to listen or download. 

10 Nov 2017

Pupils perform Battle of Passchendaele play at Lord's

A poignant performance from local schoolchildren took place at Lord’s this week, as an English Test cricketer killed during the Battle of Passchendaele was remembered.

 

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