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A recap of the key decisions taken by the ECB over where major matches would be held in England and Wales
The loss of a key sponsor has raised further questions of funding for the game below the elite level
Kent's batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond takes charge of the MCC in the Champion County match in Barbados
MCC members have voted to proceed with redevelopment plans recommended by the committee by an overwhelming margin
Outgoing chief executive warns that MCC cannot sustain its role in development without the revenue from two Tests a year
The MCC committee has rejected plans for a residential development at Lord's
Shapoor Zadran gave the large contingent of Afghanistan fans plenty to cheer at Lord's during their historic first match at the ground before the weather closed in
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is asking its members to resolve a long-running disagreement over the future development of Lord's
Lord MacLaurin of Knebworth, the former chairman of the England & Wales Cricket Board, will make a return to the sport later this year when he succeeds Matthew Fleming as president of MCC
Afghanistan will take part in their maiden fixture at Lord's this summer, with New Zealand's former captain Brendon McCullum lined up to captain MCC in a 50-over contest
MCC have appointed Guy Lavender as their next chief executive. He moves from an identical role at Somerset later this year
Middlesex overcame a 153-run deficit on first innings, as well as a Craig Overton hat-trick, to secure a tense one-wicket win over MCC in Abu Dhabi
Lewis Gregory and Craig Overton shared nine wickets between them to secure MCC a sizeable first-innings lead on the second day of their Champion County fixture against Middlesex in Abu Dhabi.
Joe Clarke put an unproductive England Lions tour of Sri Lanka behind him when he made 89 as the MCC struck 332 all out on the opening day of the Champion County clash against Middlesex in Abu Dh
The MCC has confirmed that umpires will have the authority to send players off for serious breaches of behaviour under updated laws of the game which will be used from Oct. 1.
"I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library," declared the Anglophile if not cricket-loving Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges, and in one of his famous ficciones, "The
The ECB could be about to lose one of the key architects of their new T20 competition more than two years before it is launched
The MCC World Cricket Committee has responded to growing concerns about the size of bats by introducing new limits on their dimensions.
The MCC cricket committee spent much time debate four-day Test cricket and could not come to a consensus
The MCC has announced that Derek Brewer will step down as chief executive in the winter of 2017-18.
In appointing Matthew Fleming as its youngest president since Peter May several decades ago, the MCC has opted for a colourful individual.
Lord's has hosted many memorable encounters over the years, but Wednesday's meeting between the counties and the ECB executive promises to rival the best of them for ferocity and, in its way, sig
The MCC University (MCCU) scheme has received a significant boost with news that a sponsor has been found to cover previous cuts in funding
Nepal inscribed another noteworthy entry in their cricketing history by winning on their first visit to Lord's on Tuesday in front of several thousand delighted fans
Lou Vincent should been shown clemency by the ECB after helping the authorities with a "rare and critical" insight into match-fixing, according to Brendon McCullum
One of India's finest defenders, Sathyan lived and breathed football his entire life, despite never getting the due recognition.