Lancashire's bowlers hauled their team back into the match on the second day in Abu Dhabi as they reduced MCC to 81 for eight in their second innings after they themselves had been bowled out for 199 earlier in the day.
Lancashire County Cricket Club recently hosted their Player of the Year Awards, with official footwear supplier New Balance handing out one of the many awards to be presented throughout the evening.
Liam Burns the European Business Development Manager for New Balance said, "We were extremely pleased to be presenting the award for the Champagne Moment of 2011 to Simon Kerrigan, who had a wonderful season with the ball and stands as an England hopeful."
There is really only one winner of the Cricket World County Player of the Week this week. Simon Kerrigan returned season-best figures of nine for 51 to bowl Lancashire to victory against Hampshire and keep them in the Championship title race on the final day at The Rose Bowl. He preceded this with three wickets in the first innings to give him career-best match figures of 12 for 192.
Lancashire spinner Simon Kerrigan talks to us ahead of the Friends Life t20 Finals Day at Edgbaston, saying how much he is really looking forward to the event, how the club have used their extra preparation time and also giving his thoughts on England's rise to the top of the ICC Test rankings.
After another weekend of club cricket action we take a look at the top performances from around the country and at how they have affected the Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings.
The Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club Most Valuable Player Ratings have now been updated for last weekendâ€™s fixtures. Star performers this week include Dinuka Hettiarachchi, who took a hat-trick for St Annes and Jamie How, who made an unbeaten 157 in the same league.