MCC departed on a 13-day trip to Uganda on Thursday 3 October to play five limited overs matches and two-day fixture on the Club's final overseas tour of 2013.
Former England and Middlesex captain Mike Gatting begins his one-year term as MCC President on Tuesday 1 October.
In the second instalment for Lords.org, MCC tourist Andrew Hele blogs on the Club's opening couple of fixtures in Cyprus.
Lord's TV introduces the four new elected Members of the MCC Committee, who start their three-year stint on Tuesday 1 October 2013.
Joe Root's father Matthew Root is leading a fifteen-man MCC touring party which departed from Lord’s yesterday evening for a ten day tour to Limassol, Cyprus.
Some of the most valuable and interesting cricketing artefacts, highlighting the history and heritage of MCC and Lord's Cricket Ground, are held in the MCC Archive.
Middlesex have signed MCC Young Cricketer Harry Podmore on a two-year deal.
MCC Collections Officer Charlotte Goodhew talks to the award winning artist Stuart Pearson Wright about Surrealism, celebrity culture and cricket.
In his first blog for Lords.org, archivist Rob Curphey digs out some interesting correspondence around the 'Bodyline' affair which caused the MCC a headache in the 1932/33 Ashes Series in Australia.
In her latest blog for Lords.org, cricket historian Zoe English looks at the delicate issue of how politics and cricket can become embroiled.
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