MCC welcomed 600 Chance to Shine children to the Home of Cricket on Tuesday 25 June for its first ever Spirit of Cricket Open Day.
Joe Denly made 99 not out as Middlesex smashed Unicorns by nine wickets in the YB40.
The Inter Services Twenty20 tournament between the British Armed Forces was held at Lord's for the fourth year running.
Yorkshire completed a LV= County Championship and YB40 double over Middlesex with a 17-run Duckworth-Lewis victory at Headingley.
Leading menswear designers were at Lord's for the first ever fashion installation to take place at the Home of Cricket.
Two Nepali cricketers have joined up with the MCC Young Cricketers scheme to undergo a six week development program at the Home of Cricket.
Middlesex suffered their first defeat of the season in the LV= County Championship as Adil Rashid took 5/78 to help Yorkshire wrap up a ten wicket victory.
Yorkshire stand on the verge of their first LV= County Championship victory at Lord's since 1987 after Middlesex closed day three on 137/4, still 78 behind after being forced to follow-on.
Andrew Strauss admits dropping his replacement as Test opener Nick Compton in favour of Joe Root would be the easiest solution for England's selectors to make ahead of the Investec Ashes series.
A new book written by MCC Curator Adam Chadwick details 200 years of history at Lord’s Cricket Ground and paints a fresh portrait of the world’s most celebrated cricket ground.
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