Middlesex take on Nottinghamshire in the first match of the summer at Lord's, starting on Sunday 12 April.
MCC has today released a film on the proposed new Warner Stand with Club Members being asked to approve the first phase of the Masterplan for Lord’s.
Stricken weathervane Father Time will struggle to be in place for the first match of the season at Lord's.
One lucky competition winner enjoyed a special Lord's Afternoon Tea with Downton Abbey butler Jim Carter in the Writing Room at the Home of Cricket.
MCC has today released ‘Lord’s & MCC: 2014 Cricket Review’ – a look back at the highlights of the Club’s cricketing activities at home and overseas in the Lord’s Bicentenary year.
Woodhouse Grange CC clinched their third National Village Cup with a 10-wicket win over Great & Little Tew CC at Lord’s on Sunday 7 September.
Sir Ian Botham used his 2014 MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture to express his concerns at the increasing power of the Indian Premier League, suggesting it "should not be there at all."
The outstanding drainage system at Lord's came to Nottinghamshire's aid as they beat Middlesex in a Royal London One Day Cup Group match.
Surrey scraped to a last-ball two-wicket win over Middlesex in front of a sell out crowd at Lord's on Thursday evening in the NatWest T20 Blast.
India's Ishant Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ajinyka Rahane's names have been placed on the Lord's Honours Boards following the second Investec Test match at Lord's.
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