Chart-topping pop-group Scouting for Girls swapped their instruments for cricket bats to brave batting against England’s James Anderson and Tim Bresnan at the Home of Cricket, last week.
Olie Broom, the man whose fundraising adventure to cycle to the 2010 Ashes began at Lord’s in October 2009, has reached Australia on route to Brisbane.
Cricket fans attending the England v Pakistan One Day International at the Brit Oval on Friday will be able to take advantage of a special ticket offer for a £10 discount to attend the Clydesdale Bank 40 Final.
Ashes winner Andrew Flintoff has retired from all forms of cricket after being told his "body would no longer stand up to the rigours of cricket".
Cricketers from Shipton-under-Wychwood and Sessay will swap the village green for the Home of Cricket when they contest the npower Village Cup Final on Sunday 12 September.
The first-ever game of 5IVES cricket was played by the MCC Universities and MCC Young Cricketers (YCs) on Monday 6 September.
Lord’s has been given planning permission to host the Olympic Archery events at London 2012.
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) has announced the competition events for London 2012, including the archery at Lord’s.
Former England bowler and Ashes winner Trevor Bailey has died aged 87.
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