MCC President Mike Griffith has praised the efforts of his 'tireless' predecessor Phillip Hodson, as the former's reign gets underway.
Simon Taufel, the respected international umpire and MCC Laws sub-committee member, is to step down from the Elite Panel to start a new role as ICC Umpire Performance and Training Manager.
MCC's Universities scheme writes a number of unconventional cricketing stories - typified by Glamorgan's young quick bowler Mike Reed.
While most of Afghanistan's current first team learned their cricket in Pakistani refugee camps, MCC is helping introduce the game to a new generation inside the country.
Graeme Cremer was denied the key scalp of Mahela Jayawardene in Zimbabwe's match against Sri Lanka at the ICC World Twenty20 due to a rare beast - the back-foot no ball.
A group of cricket-loving disabled children were given a once-in-a-lifetime experience at Lord’s recently with a bespoke, in-depth tour of the Ground and the opportunity to meet some of their county cricket heroes and see them in action.
The MCC Museum, Library and collections are about much more than just the Ashes Urn. Join Lord's TV for an insight into the work of MCC's Arts and Library team.
In the 50th year of one-day finals at Lord's, the two best teams in the country served up one of the best climaxes to any final, as Hampshire lifted the CB40 trophy.
Enid Bakewell, one of England's finest female cricketers and MCC Honorary Life Member, will be inducted to the ICC Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Cricketers from the villages of Reed in Hertfordshire and Woodhouse Grange in North Yorkshire are this year's competitors in the Yorkshire Tea Village Cup on Sunday 9 September.
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