England batting coach Mark Ramprakash will ring the five-minute bell before the start of play on day five in the first England v New Zealand Investec Test match at Lord’s.
The five-minute bell to signify the start of play on Day Four of the England v New Zealand First Investec Test will be rung by former Middlesex and England bowler Mike Selvey.
Mark Nicholas will ring the five-minute bell before play starts on Day Two of the first England v New Zealand Investec Test match at Lord’s on Friday.
Repair work on Lord’s Cricket Ground’s famous weathervane, Father Time, is ongoing after it was damaged by strong winds in March.
MCC Head of Cricket John Stephenson says he is hugely encouraged by the ICC Cricket Committee's "strong reccomendation" that countries explore possibilities for day/night Test matches.
MCC has today announced plans for a £4m refurbishment of the award-winning J.P. Morgan Media Centre at Lord’s.
Journalist and historical novelist Dan Waddell has won the Cricket Society/MCC Book of the Year award for his book about an English cricket team's tour of Nazi Germany - Field of Shadows.
Roger Knight OBE, the former Surrey captain and MCC Secretary & CEO, will be the next President of the Club.
Construction of the new Lord's Warner Stand will begin in September 2015, it has been confirmed at MCC's Annual General Meeting.
Voting figures from the 2015 Annual General Meeting of MCC, held at Lord's on Wednesday 6 May.
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