Middlesex will play Kent, Surrey and Essex in pre-season friendlies at Merchant Taylors' School in late March and early April
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that Toby Roland-Jones has signed an extension to his contract with the Club until at least the end of 2023.
Middlesex Cricket is saddened to hear of the passing of Sheila Hill MBE, a great of the Women's game
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce today that Richard Johnson will be returning to the Club to take up the role of First Team Coach.
Ealing Cricket Club are looking to recruit a Cricket Administrator and a Commercial Director.
Further to this morning's DCMS Select Committee hearing, at which the Club's Chair, Mike O'Farrell, appeared as a witness, he has issued a personal statement.
There is an exciting opportunity to become Middlesex Cricket's County Safeguarding Officer
The 21-year-old took 78 wickets in 36 matches at an average of 22.20 across all three formats in the international game.
Our Director of Organisational Development, Simon Shepard, spoke to us about his new role and how he will aid the club as a whole to 'win together'!
When you get a bunch of players together to record Christmas messages for our members, what could possibly go wrong?
We caught up with all-rounder Martin Andersson at Lord's to discuss him signing a new contract until at least the end of 2024, as announced by the Club earlier today.
We caught up with Robbie White, who spoke to us at Lord's after he signed a long-term extension to his contract with the Club, which will see him remain at Lord’s until at least the end of 2024.
Having recently signed a long-term contract with the Club until 2024, we caught up with Stephen Eskinazi at Lord's to talk about the future.
We caught up with Alan Coleman to talk to us about life in the new role and discuss what plans he has over the coming months.
We caught up with Women's Head Coach, Sanjay Patel, to hear about their winter plans.
Having joined Middlesex Cricket's Youth programme as one of the counties eight borough leads, England legend Monty Panesar spoke to us about his new role working within Middlesex's inner London boroughs and inspiring the next generation of Middlesex's young cricketers.