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The Lord's Podcast - April 2016

The reaction to James Taylor's retirement. Is Wisden favouring batsmen? Will England beat Sri Lanka & Pakistan? And Simon Jones on his award winning book recalling the 2005 Ashes series.

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MCC v Yorkshire - Day Four

A composed knock of 66 from captain Ian Bell helped MCC to a four wicket victory over Yorkshire in the Champion County match in Abu Dhabi.

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22 Mar 2016

Highlights - MCC v Yorkshire Day Three

Alex Lees made an assured 86 as Yorkshire frustrated MCC on day three of the Champion County match in Abu Dhabi, closing on 239/7 to lead by 215.

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Highlights - MCC v Yorkshire Day Two

An unbeaten partnership of 131 between Ben Foakes and Rikki Clarke put MCC marginally on top after day two of a evenly matched Champion County match with Yorkshire in Abu Dhabi.

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Highlights - MCC v Yorkshire Day One

England's Gary Ballance hit 105 as Yorkshire fought back on day one of the Champion County fixture against MCC to finish on 275 all out at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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18 Mar 2016

Tom Westley hits three fours for MCC in Emirates t20

Karl Carver took three wickets and sparked a spectacular batting collapse as Yorkshire beat MCC by 13 runs in the Emirates T20 competition in Dubai.

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The Lord's Podcast - March 2016

Who will win the ICC World T20 ? Is English domestic cricket going the right way? And will Ian Bell play for England again? All on this month's podcast.

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The Lord's Podcast - February 2016

Did Australia break the Spirit of Cricket? Is McCullum New Zealand's greatest? And are England going backwards? All on the Lord's Podcast.

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22 Jan 2016

The Lord's Podcast - January 2016

World number one bowler has more to offer England over the next four to five years, according to New Zealand all-rounder James Franklin.

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The Lord's Podcast - December 2015

Middlesex CCC bowler Ollie Rayner says Alex Hales must play with freedom if he is to succeed as an England opening batsman.

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