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"Bonkers" - WWC Final '17 in review

A look back at a breathtaking Women's World Cup final at Lord's in front of a sell-out crowd. 

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24 Jul 2017

MCC Committee recommends Club Masterplan

The MCC Committee has today issued a recommendation to proceed with development at Lord's Cricket Ground by adopting the MCC Updated Masterplan, funded from the Club’s own resources.

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. 

Women's World Cup Final Preview

England and India will battle it out for a chance to make history at Lord’s in the Women’s World Cup Final on Sunday.


21 Jul 2017

Eileen Ash to ring five-minute bell at Lord's

Eileen Ash (née Whelan), England’s oldest living former women’s cricketer, will ring the bell to signal five minutes before the start of play at the ICC Women’s World Cup Final at Lord’s on Sunday.

19 Jul 2017

All female list of 37 elected Honorary Life Members

MCC has announced that 37 former women cricketers, whose careers spanned between 1954 and 2016, have accepted the Club’s offer of Honorary Life Membership.

Dale Steyn & Morne Morkel - 'Perfect Pairings'

In the latest edition of ‘Fever-Tree introduces Perfect-Pairings’, the focus is on South Africa duo Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel, exploring their partnership in the Proteas bowling attack.

Women's World Cup Final sold-out

Tickets for Sunday’s ICC Women’s World Cup Final at Lord’s have now sold out with more than 26,500 expected to be in attendance.

Guinness World Record achieved at Lord's

MCC, in partnership with children's charity Chance to Shine, broke a Guinness World Record for the 'largest cricket lesson (single venue) at Lord's on Monday 17 July.


14 Jul 2017

MCC v Afghanistan stream a worldwide success

MCC have today confirmed that the recent fixture with Afghanistan at Lord’s was a great success off the pitch as well as on, with the live broadcast of the match being watched by over 1.3 million people worldwide.

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