Sri Lanka skipper Tillakaratne Dilshan says his side will draw on their "good memories" of playing at Lord’s as they seek to bounce back in the second npower Test.
Alastair Cook is determined to "cash in" on his remarkable Test form when England take on Sri Lanka in the second npower Test at Lord’s.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have announced that J.P. Morgan, the global financial services firm, has become a major sponsor of Lord’s and its iconic Media Centre.
MCC will partake in a short, four match tour of Greece in order to help the national team prepare for the ICC European Division two Twenty20 Championship.
MCC’s teenage tennis scholar Claire Vigrass, who plays and trains at Lord’s, has overcome injury to become the new Real Tennis Ladies World Champion.
MCC has linked up with charity Tickets for Troops to offer Service Men & Women free tickets to international matches at Lord’s this summer.
After signing a permanent contract extension as Team Director Andy Flower says England are aiming to become the number one Test side in the world.
Harry Pearson’s Slipless in Settle - A Slow Turn Around Northern Cricket was awarded the Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year accolade at Lord’s.
Sri Lanka have named Tillakaratne Dilshan as captain in all three formats of the game for their upcoming tour of England.
The winner of the inaugural Wisden and MCC Photograph of the Year award, for an image captured in 2010, has been announced.
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