MCC

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

Woodlands reach Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup final

JCT 600 Bradford League title chasers Woodlands are through to the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup final after beating Pudsey Congs with surprising ease.
22 July 2015

Woodlands keep pressure on Pudsey St Lawrence

Second-placed Woodlands kept the pressure on JCT 600 Bradford League First Division leaders Pudsey St Lawrence with a three-wicket home win against third-placed Hanging Heaton.
21 July 2015

MCC World Cricket Committee meeting concludes

The MCC World Cricket Committee held a two-day meeting at Lord’s on 13th and 14th July wherein a host of cricketing matters were discussed.
15 July 2015

Woodlands cut into Pudsey St Lawrence's lead

Second-placed Woodlands cut Pudsey St Lawrence’s lead in the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division to 14 points after beating them at home by one wicket with 13 balls to spare in an enthralling clash.
7 July 2015

Little between Timperley, Sale as leaders meet

The top two sides in Division One of the Vivio Cheshire County Cricket League proved to be evenly matched as the 1st XI game between Timperley and Sale ended in a narrow winning draw for Timperley.
30 June 2015

Busiest day sees MCC playing 21 separate matches

The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is set for its busiest day of the year as it plays 21 separate matches in venues as far apart as Arbroath and Wandsworth College in Hampshire today (24th June).
24 June 2015

High drama as Sale get back to winning ways

Sale 1st XI returned to winning ways with a dramatic victory over promoted Weaverham in Division One of the Vivio Cheshire County Cricket League.
22 June 2015