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MCC World Cricket Committee
09 Jul 2015

MCC World Cricket Committee Meet at Lord's

A meeting of the MCC World Cricket committee will be held in the Committee Room at Lord’s on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 July 2015.

Denmark battle with the covers in the rain.
09 Jul 2015

Rain stops play in Denmark

MCC’s five-day tour to Denmark ended in a wash out as rain meant that the final tour match against Denmark A at Savanholm Cricket Club in Copenhagen was abandoned.

Stephen Fry
07 Jul 2015

Ashes story animation with Stephen Fry

Ever wondered why England and Australia play for the Ashes? Stephen Fry explains in this animation.

MCC v Denmark A
07 Jul 2015

MCC success in Denmark

MCC found their form in the second match of its five-day tour to Denmark, following a 4-wicket victory against a mixed team of Demark A, Under 19s and Under 23s on Tuesday 7 July.

A pink ball is used in 2014 Champion County match in Abu Dhabi
01 Jul 2015

Pink Ball Cricket: The Timeline

The announcement that Australia will be playing New Zealand in the world’s first day/night Test on Friday 27 November is the culmination of years of pink ball research spearheaded by MCC.

Virender Sehwag
30 Jun 2015

MCC welcomes day/night Test decision

MCC has voiced its support for Cricket Australia and Cricket New Zealand's decision to host the first ever day/night Test match in Adelaide this winter.

Oxford v Cambridge 2015
30 Jun 2015

Oxford defeat oldest rivals

Oxford University 1st XI beat Cambridge University 1st XI by 43 runs in their annual varsity cricket match played at the Home of Cricket.

MCC cricket
25 Jun 2015

MCC's Busiest Day

Wednesday 24 June marked the most active day of the year for MCC with a total of 21 teams playing in matches across the UK.

mcc cricket
24 Jun 2015

MCC set for busiest day of cricket in 2015

MCC undergoes its busiest day of playing cricket this year on Wednesday 24 June, with 21 teams representing the Club in a variety of matches across the UK.

MCC coaching RBCC youngster
23 Jun 2015

MCC play Battle of Waterloo Bicentenary Match

MCC traveled to Belgium as part of the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, to play in a number of matches that celebrated a cricket game that took place six days prior to the battle that ended the Napoleonic wars in 1815.

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