This summer, Out 4 Cricket are holding a series of online webinars to promote LGBTQ+ inclusion in cricket - don't miss them!
Today, Middlesex Cricket wishes to make the following public statement, in response to the actions of an independent organisation called Middlesex Schools Cricket
We were thrilled to have Power2Inspire UK with us this morning at Lord's as we welcomed schools, the Hackney Super 1s hub, Club staff and players to our first-ever PowerHouse Games!
Take a look through some of the best pictures from our Powerhouse Games by Power2Inspire at Lord's Cricket Ground, where members of the 1st XI, Women's side, Participation team, local schools and Hackney Super 1s Hub took part in a number of team building fun games.
This week, Middlesex's newly launched Young Persons' Advisory Group held it inaugural meeting. Watch this video to see what it's all about...
Middlesex Cricket today announced the launch of a ground-breaking initiative for young people to input into safeguarding and diversity
This week our partner, Nujum Sports, are set to deliver an online Ramadan training course to the Club's coaches and are hosting a Ramadan event at Lord's. Details here...
Sunrisers and Middlesex Cricket are excited to support Take Her Lead’s new Got Your Back initiative
Middlesex Cricket is running a number of safeguarding courses for Club Safeguarding Officers in the recreational game. Details here...
We are delighted to be able to announce that the Hounslow Jamia Masjid will be a Core City Hub for delivery of Middlesex's community cricket programmes.
Head Coach, Michael Wilson, takes us down memory lane as we look back on twelve years of Middlesex running Disability Cricket
Today we are delighted to announce the 2023 fixtures for all three of Middlesex's Disability sides in both D40 and Super 9's formats.
We caught up with D40 Second Eleven Captain, Sue Benson, who spoke about the important role disability cricket plays in her life and what it means to be involved in the Middlesex set-up.
We caught up with Disability Second Eleven Coach, Alex Hughes, at our indoor school in Finchley to chat about what the group are up to over the winter.
Today, Essex, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey announced plans to collaborate on a joint initiative to make physical activity more accessible across London through cricket
Middlesex's Head of Disability Cricket, Michael Wilson, talks us through a successful 2022 season, the squad's plans for the winter, and looks ahead to 2023.