MCC

Lord MacLaurin of Knebworth set to become next MCC President

Marylebone Cricket Club has confirmed Lord MacLaurin of Knebworth as the new president.
4 May 2017
 

New Warner stand to be part of Lord's soon

Marylebone Cricket Club has confirmed that the New Warner Stand at Lord's will be available to use for the second One-Day International between England and Ireland to be played at the venue on 7th May.
3 May 2017

MCC explores option of tethering bails to avoid injuries to wicket-keepers

Marylebone Cricket Club has announced new measure to avoid injuries to wicket-keepers by using tethers to avoid the bails from flying away when stumps are broken.
12 April 2017

Afghanistan to take on MCC in July

Marylebone Cricket Club and Afghanistan are set to lock horns with each other in a 50-over game to be held at Lord's on 11th July.
7 April 2017

Player send-offs, restriction in bat size to be implemented from October

The The Marylebone Cricket Club has confirmed that sending-off players for serious disciplinary breaches will be introduced from October this year.
7 March 2017

Rydal Penrhos becomes latest hub for prestigious MCC Foundation

Young cricketers from the region are set to receive a boost thanks to a prestigious programme at Rydal Penrhos.
8 December 2016

MCC recommends send-offs for serious disciplinary breaches

The Marylebone Cricket Club after the conclusion of its recent World Cricket committee in Mumbai has recommended sending-off players for serious disciplinary breaches for the first time.
7 December 2016

Virender Sehwag becomes honorary life member of MCC

Former Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag has been elected as an honorary life member of the prestigious Marylebone Cricket Club.
17 August 2016

MCC World Cricket Committee backs regulation to limit bat sizes

The Marylebone Cricket Club World Cricket Committee has agreed to bring in a regulation to limit the sizes of the bats used in the game.
13 July 2016

Middlesex players take on 117-year-old big-hitting record

Watch as three Middlesex cricketers warm up for their first NatWest T20 Blast game of the season at Lord's by attempting to hit a ball over the Lord's pavilion, for the first time in 117 years.
16 June 2016

Matthew Fleming to take over as MCC President in October

Former England all-rounder Matthew Fleming has been named as the next President of the Marylebone Cricket Club with effect from 1st October.
5 May 2016

Test Cricket is thriving in London asserts MCC President

The President of the Marylebone Cricket Club Roger Knight stated that Test cricket in London continues to attract a large number of crowds especially in comparison with the other venues in England.
4 May 2016

2016 MCC Cowdrey Lecture to be delivered by Brendon McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has been chosen to deliver the iconic 2016 Marylebone Cricket Club Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture on 6th June.
19 January 2016

Durant Cricket partner with Shropshire Cricket Board

Durant Cricket and the Shropshire Cricket Board have sealed a partnership which will see the former become the preferred supplier of cricket ground equipment to clubs in the county.
3 December 2015

MCC backing changes in lbw laws

The MCC World Cricket Committee is backing changes to the leg before wicket laws to allow teams to retain their Decision Review System referral in the case of an umpire's call.
27 November 2015

Lord's redevelopment gets Mayor approval

Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, has given his approval for the redevelopment plan of the Mecca of cricket - The Lord's Cricket Ground.
24 November 2015

MCC changes laws to allow anticipatory fielding

The Marylebone Cricket Club has changed the laws of the game to allow for anticipatory fielding by the fielders and the wicket-keeper in response to the movements made by a batsman while attempting to play a shot.
30 September 2015

MCC prepares for new President and Club Chairman

Marylebone Cricket Club are ready to to welcome a new President, Club Chairman and four new elected committee members tomorrow (1st October).
30 September 2015

Rod Marsh suggests change to no-ball rule

Former Australian wicket-keeper and national selector Rod Marsh has suggested that it would be wise to revert to the previous back-foot no-ball rule during his delivery of the annual MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture.
3 September 2015

Brice, Richardson guide Woodlands to Cup glory

Scott Richardson and Chris Brice produced match-winning bowling performances as leading Bradford League side Woodlands lifted the Heavy Woollen Cup, beating Hoylandswaine by 34 runs in the final at Ossett.
4 August 2015