Ahead of Middlesex's opening County Championship clash of the 2021 season, we caught up with Head Coach, Stuart Law
Middlesex Head Coach, Stuart Law, names a squad of fourteen for the opening clash of the 2021 LV= Insurance County Championship season, starting tomorrow at Lord’s against Somerset.
Enjoy the exclusive access to Middlesex's annual Media Day at Lord's
Today, Sunrisers unveiled their recently appointed Coaching Team and Sports Science/Sports Medicine staff to support the playing group
As announced late last week by Kent, Miguel Cummins has signed for them. Here's the reasoning behind his departure from Middlesex.
We spoke to Nic Pothas during training in the Marquee at Merchant Taylors' School
Today the ECB announced the Elite Women's 2021 Fixture list, with Sunrisers fixtures included. A big year ahead for seven of our Women's cricketers!
We are delighted to announce that Mitchell Marsh, who was originally scheduled to join in 2020, has signed for us in this year's Blast campaign!
Today we received the terrible news that former Middlesex cricketer Tim Selwood has passed away. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
With Middlesex entering three sides into the Disability leagues this season, a restructuring of the coaching team has taken place. Head Coach Michael Wilson explains all.
We are delighted to announce the full fixture list for the 2021 season for Middlesex's two D40 sides and Super 9 side.
John Simpson and Mujeeb ur Rahman became the latest Middlesex players to be named in the 2021 Hundred today!
We are devastated to announce the passing of one of Middlesex's Disability cricketers, Chirag Kunverji, who passed away at the weekend.
Don't miss Episode Two of Behind the Grille - Cordelia Griffith's Behind the Scenes video diary of their winter training activities.
Tom Helm will be joining Team Abu Dhabi, to play in the 2021 Abu Dhabi T10 League starting later this week!
We caught up with Disability Head Coach Michael Wilson to talk about the new Disability League structure and his frustration at not being able to train in Covid lockdown