Marylebone Cricket Club
May 4, 2016: Roger Knight, the president of MCC, has told club members during the AGM at Lord's that Test cricket has 'become London-centric'
Mar 3, 2016: The future of the iconic Victorian gasholder outside The Oval in South London has been secured after the structure was granted Grade II listed status
Feb 10, 2014: Surrey have agreed terms with Kevin Pietersen for the 2014 season and are hoping that the batsman England no longer want will bring them a Twenty20 bonanza instead
Surrey v Derbyshire, The Oval, 4th day
Sep 1, 2013: Finally, at the twelfth attempt, Surrey have their first win of the 2013 County Championship, and one that keeps their fate in their own hands.
Aug 31, 2013: When a one-sided one-day international at The Oval in the late summer of 1973 triggered a passion that lasts to this day
Way Back When
Aug 24, 2013: From truant schoolboy to junior Surrey member to member of the press corps
Surrey v Nottinghamshire, The Oval, 4th day
Jul 11, 2013: Ricky Ponting was committed to the last. He closed the first class chapter of his career with an unbeaten 169 to earn Surrey a draw against a Nottinghamshire side which was powerless to build on an impressive opening two days
Oct 22, 2012: The ECB have lost a second major sponsor in three months after Brit Insurance decided not to renew its deal as the England team sponsor.
England v South Africa, 1st Investec Test, The Oval, 3rd day
Jul 21, 2012: England's main bowling weapons proved ineffective on a sluggish track and, although they have been in this position before, they must fight now to save the Test
South Africa in England 2012
Jul 13, 2012: Dale Steyn has admitted to a win-at-all-costs attitude on the tour of England, knowing that victory will end years of being second-best and give South Africa the No. 1 Test ranking.
Surrey v Hampshire, FLt20 South Group, The Oval
Jul 2, 2012: If anything could sum up the struggles of this season's Friends Life t20 to achieve lift-off, it was surely Kevin Pietersen's first-ball duck against Hampshire.
Apr 26, 2012: Lee Fortis is to return to The Oval as head groundsman at the end of April
Jan 28, 2011: Bill Gordon has passed the mantle of head groundsman at The Oval on to Scott Patterson
HSE objections overcome
Jun 9, 2009: Surrey have finally received approval for their controversial development at The Oval which includes the building of a new stand and hotel on the gasholder side of the ground
Apr 25, 2009: As plans emerge of an unauthorised cricket tournament planned to be staged in New York in October, we look back on a private venture that was stillborn
Apr 14, 2009: Surrey County Cricket Club has received a boost ahead of the new season after announcing pre-tax profits of more than £583,000 for the 2008 financial year
Oct 18, 2008: When London hosted one of cricket's most unusual matches
Oct 15, 2008: Paul Sheldon, the Surrey chief executive, has confirmed for the first time that the club are interested in hosting Indian Premier League matches at The Oval
Oct 14, 2008: The Oval is to overhaul their drainage and irrigation system over the next three months at a cost of £750,000
Oct 8, 2008: Surrey have received the go-ahead from Lambeth Council to install permanent floodlights at The Oval
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