Middlesex Cricket can today confirm the Club's Men's Second Eleven fixtures for the 2023 season
We are delighted to announce that Ian Salisbury has joined the Club as a Consultant Coach
Head Coach, Michael Wilson, takes us down memory lane as we look back on twelve years of Middlesex running Disability Cricket
We caught up with Men's First Team Coach, Richard Johnson, to reflect on his first year in charge.
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 we learned who Middlesex Women would compete against in the T20 competition next season, with two clashes against London rivals Surrey the standout fixtures!
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.
The youngsters in Middlesex's Elite Player Group have been tasked with fundraising for their winter training camp in Desert Springs. Details here...
We are delighted to announce that youngster Nathan Fernandes has been awarded a two-year professional rookie contract, until the end of the 2024 season.
We are thrilled to announce that following a successful spell at the Club this season, South African Pieter Malan will return to Lord's for the 2023 season.
Middlesex Cricket is holding trials for the Disability cricket squads later this year at the club’s Indoor School in Finchley, N3 2TA.
Sunrisers have today announced the appointment of Andy Tennant as Head Coach, who will start in the role in mid October.
Middlesex have named an unchanged squad to travel to New Road to take on Worcestershire in our final County Championship clash of the season
Middlesex's First Team Coach, Richard Johnson, has named a fourteen=man squad to face Leicestershire this week in our penultimate County Championship clash of the season.
2022 was a strong year for Middlesex Cricket’s Boys youth structure with over 150 days of cricket enjoyed by age groups from under-11 to under-18.