<strong>Lord&rsquo;s will not sell naming rights </strong><br />CRICKET: The owners of Lord&rsquo;s have denied reports they plan to sell naming rights for the famous stadium to finance a &pound;400m redevelopment.<br /><br />The MCC say the work will be funded by flats around the stadium and dismissed any suggestion of selling rights for individual stands. <br /><br />Chief executive Keith Bradshaw said: &ldquo;There&rsquo;s no way we would rename Lord&rsquo;s. It&rsquo;s the home of cricket, the hallowed turf. It&rsquo;s not an option at all.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>Donington firm in administration</strong><br />FORMULA ONE: Donington Ventures Leisure Ltd, the company which wanted to bring Formula One to Donington Park, has gone into administration.<br /><br />The company lost out on a 17-year contract to stage the British GP last month after failing to get financial backing. Administrator Nigel Price said: &ldquo;This need not be the end of F1 at Donington. It still remains a fantastic location.&rdquo;<br />