Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke believes Australia will go from strength to strength this winter after their first win since July against Sri Lanka in Brisbane.
Despite enjoying an excellent start to his Test career, Angus Fraser says England bowler Steven Finn will have to step-up another level in the forthcoming Ashes series.
MCC will host the third NatWest One Day International between England and Sri Lanka at Lord's on Sunday 3 July 2011.
Andrew Strauss says England are ready to 'go to war' with Australia as they bid to retain the Ashes Down Under this winter.
Cricket lovers have the opportunity to own a selection of notable artefacts from the MCC collection at a unique Christie's Sporting Books auction (opens in a new window) on November 17.
MCC’s 'The Tigers are Coming' promotional campaign has been awarded Best Integrated Campaign (international) at the ECB Business of Cricket Awards at Lord’s.
Jonathan Agnew believes Brian Johnston’s presence is as strong as ever after launching his new book, 'Thanks, Johnners', a tribute to his late Test Match Special colleague.
Over 140 girls from ten schools in Nangahar Provence participated in the camp in Jalalabad, which took place on Peace Day.
Ticket prices for the Olympic Games in London during 2012 have been announced - including prices for the archery events at Lord's.
England’s archers have been in golden form at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, with the 2012 Olympic event at Lord’s now less than two years away.
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