Middlesex regret to announce that James Harris suffered a broken right thumb during the recent Sussex match which will side-line him for the club's next two Championship matches.
Middlesex Cricket can today announce that Ollie Rayner will join Kent on loan for the remainder of the 2019 season
Winning Captain Natasha Miles chats to us at the close of a thrilling London Cup at Lord's which her side won off the last ball of the match
This week's ECB Reporters Middlesex feature focusses on Sophia Dunkley, Middlesex Women's latest England International.
The ECB today announced that Eoin Morgan will miss tomorrow's warm-up clash with Australia with a flake fracture in his left index finger.
After hitting a crucial half-century today at Lord's, John Simpson chatted to us at the close of day three against Leicestershire
After hitting a maiden first-class fifty today for Middlesex at Lord's, George Scott chats at the close of day one vs Leicestershire
Recalled from his loan spell at Derbyshire, we caught up with Tom Lace today at Lord's, head of his Middlesex debut tomorrow against Leicestershire in the Specsavers County Championship.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce a new and exciting partnership in 2019 with the Afghan Cricket Association UK
Dawid Malan has been withdrawn from England duty after sustaining a groin injury against Ireland yesterday.
Congratulations to Dawid Malan, who has been called up to the England ODI squad to face Ireland in Malahide.
Having recently arrived in London to join Middlesex, we caught up with Ross Taylor ahead of tomorrow's London derby at the Oval, where he'll make his debut for the club.
After a disappointing seven wicket defeat to Lancashire, Captain Dawid Malan reflects on an under par performance from his side at Lord's
Middlesex Cricket can today announce that Robbie White is set to join Essex on loan for the next two months to provide cover for the injured Essex pairing of Adam Wheater and Michael Pepper.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that Ross Taylor will be joining the Club to play in this season's Royal London One-Day Cup.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce today that John Simpson has signed a two-year contract extension with the club, which will see him remain at Lord’s until at least the end of the 2021 season.