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March 5, 2012
MCC has elected four new members to its main committee. Angus Fraser, John Barclay, Hugo Loudon and Robert Griffiths will take up their three-year positions on October 1.
The four will replace Matthew Fleming, Charles Fry, Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Colin Maber, who will retire as elected members on September 30.
"MCC will continue to be well served from October, with a committee intake that boasts an excellent amount of cricketing skills and expertise," Oliver Stocken, the MCC chairman, said. "I look forward to welcoming everyone on to the committee in the autumn."
Former-England fast bowler, Fraser, is now managing director of cricket at Middlesex; Barclay played for Sussex for 17 years and is a former MCC president; Loudon, 33, is financial controller of BSkyB and, having played for Hampshire and Kent second XI's, has been a regular player in MCC colours; Griffith is a practicing Queen's Counsel and has been chairman of the MCC laws sub-committee since 2008.
The new members become part of the 20-strong MCC vommittee, which comprises the president, the club chairman, six chairmen of committees and twelve elected members.
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