Cricket charity Chance to Shine has set its sights on reaching more secondary school age children after celebrating the 2millionth child to pass through the scheme at Lord's.
Two-thirds (64%) of Britain’s schoolchildren are cheating during school sport due to the pressure they feel under to win, according to research published by MCC and 'Chance to Shine’ cricket charity.
Schoolchildren helped to create the silver outline of a giant Ashes urn at Lord's Cricket Ground to mark 100 days until the start of the 2013 Investec Ashes series on 10 July.
One of my first tasks when handed the privilege of undertaking the role of Chief Executive & Secretary last May was to develop a Strategic Plan for the next ten years – it is enclosed in the latest Members' Mailing and can be read on this website.
Lord’s is used to entertaining famous names.
A watching Richie Benaud was the star attraction as MCC beat France in a T20 match to commemorate cricket's only appearance in the Olympics.
More than 450 children from state schools across London, and six Chinese cricketers, lived out a dream of playing at Lord's as part of MCC's Capital Kids Cricket day.
Children as young as eight are victims of mental and physical bullying on the school playing field, according to research published today by MCC and the Chance to Shine campaign.
Jeremy Snape is a former international cricketer who now works as a performance coach and psychologist to some of the world’s leading sports and business teams.
Andrew Strauss and Steven Finn are available for Middlesex’s upcoming LV County Championship matches at Lord’s against Durham and Worcestershire.
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