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16 Jun 2016

Middlesex stars attempt to break 117-year record

A group of Middlesex cricketers have attempted to try and hit a ball over the famous Lord’s Pavilion for the first time in 117 years.

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12 Apr 2016

Fire in Babylon wins Book of the Year

Simon Lister has won the 2016 Cricket Society & MCC Book of the Year award for his Fire in Babylon, How the West Indies Cricket Tearm Brought a People to its Feet.

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16 Mar 2016

Century of Cricket Games opens in Museum

The A Century of Cricket Games exhibition has opened in the MCC Museum at Lord's, bringing together the best twentieth century cricket board, card and dice games.

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12 Feb 2016

Basil D’Oliveira’s Trophy in MCC Museum

The Basil D'Olivera Trophy can now be viewed by visitors to the Lord's Tour after it was loaned to the MCC Museum.

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22 Oct 2015

MCC honours 100 years since WG grace death

Watch a brilliant animated video detailing the life of the great WG Grace, who died 100 years ago.

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22 Jul 2015

Smith and Rogers names placed on Honours Board

Australia's Steve Smith and Chris Rogers' names have been marked on the Lord's Honours Board after their centuries during the second Investec Test at Lord's on 16-19 July 2015.

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Smith gloves in MCC Museum

Steve Smith, man of the match in Australia's Test victory over England, has donated his batting gloves to the MCC Museum.

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13 Jul 2015

Alastair Cook - 2013 Ashes Rewind

Alastair Cook looks back at England's victories at Trent Bridge and Lord's in 2009.

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09 Jul 2015

Paul Collingwood - 2009 Ashes Rewind

There are many standout Ashes moments, but one that remains high on any England fan’s all time greatest list would be when England saved the first Test at the SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff in 2009.

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23 Jun 2015

MCC play Battle of Waterloo Bicentenary Match

MCC traveled to Belgium as part of the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, to play in a number of matches that celebrated a cricket game that took place six days prior to the battle that ended the Napoleonic wars in 1815.

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