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13 Dec 2012

MCC granted Royal Charter

Marylebone Cricket Club has been notified by the Privy Council Office that it has been granted a Royal Charter by Her Majesty The Queen.

05 Dec 2012

Five things you should know about MCC runs through five essential things you should know about Marylebone Cricket Club.

14 Nov 2012

MCC Membership for Gunasekera

MCC has awarded Kushil Gunasekera, founder of the Sri Lankan charity the Foundation of Goodness (FOG), Honorary Life Membership of the Club.

Derek Brewer at Lord's
30 Oct 2012

End of season report

When I wrote to you all in July, on the subjects of Ground Development and our Strategic Plan, I promised to provide a further update in the Autumn. I have also received a number of requests from Members to provide a review of the 2012 season.

24 Oct 2012

Inside the World Cricket committee

The MCC World Cricket committee has announced that its next meeting will take place in New Zealand in February 2013.

01 Oct 2012

Mike Griffith becomes MCC President

Mike Griffith has succeeded Phillip Hodson and has begun his one-year tenure as President of MCC.

28 Sep 2012

Griffith praises 'tireless' Hodson

MCC President Mike Griffith has praised the efforts of his 'tireless' predecessor Phillip Hodson, as the former's reign gets underway.

13 Sep 2012

Bakewell inducted to ICC Hall of Fame

Enid Bakewell, one of England's finest female cricketers and MCC Honorary Life Member, will be inducted to the ICC Hall of Fame on Saturday.

20 Aug 2012

Hitting our testing target

All of you who have managed to see the Test in person or on television, will, I hope, have been pleasantly surprised by the appearance of the Ground.

10 Aug 2012

An extraordinary few weeks

The last couple of weeks have been, in every sense of the word, extraordinary. Whether it’s been the South Koreans dishing out their flag to all nationalities outside the East Gate, The Clash booming out over the PA system, or the floods of smiling volunteers who descended on Lord’s, the Olympics has certainly made its mark.

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