Today the ECB have announced the list of players who will be retained in this August's Hundred competition, with both Middlesex and Sunrisers players named.
A number of Middlesex players have been continuing to ply their trade overseas following the festive period, both club, franchise and international cricket.
Congratulations to Sammy Kumar and James Nordin, who both made their debuts for the England Physical Disability side in India last week.
We are thrilled to confirm that 2024 will be Toby Roland-Jones' Testimonial Year. Join us in celebrating one of the Club's modern-day greats.
We sat down with Sunrisers and Middlesex batter Cordelia Griffith, who took us through her journey in cricket so far.
A number of the Middlesex men's squad have been away during the winter, plying their trade in franchise and club cricket.
We spoke to Middlesex Cricket's Disability Captain, James Nordin, as he prepares to tour India with the England Physical Disability side at the end of January.
During the white-ball tour of the Caribbean last month the England Men’s team presented Roland Butcher, the first Black player to represent England, with his Three Lions pin badge.
All at Middlesex Cricket are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of former player, Chair & President, Charles Robins
Today we are thrilled to announce that young right-arm seamer, Ishaan Kaushal, has extended his contract with the Club until at least the end of 2026.
We caught up with Josh De Caires following his recent involvement at an England Lions training camp in the United Arab Emirates.
We caught up with Henry Brookes following his arrival at the Club this week. Hear his thoughts as he gets started here at Middlesex.
We are delighted to announce that young quick bowler, Henry Brookes, has signed for the Club from Warwickshire until at least the end of the 2026 season.
We are delighted to announce that Sam Robson has extended his contract with the Club until at least the end of 2026.
Middlesex Academy’s Sebastian Morgan has been selected in England’s squad for the upcoming ICC Men’s U19 World Cup.
Middlesex duo James Nordin and Sammy Kumar have been named in England Men’s Physical Disability tour to India in January 2024.