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.
Middlesex return to County Championship action on Monday 12th September and take on Glamorgan. A thirteen-man squad has been named for the vital encounter.
Congratulations to our Super 9s teams that won the Super 9s South East regional title after defeating Essex by three wickets on Sunday.
We are delighted to announce that Ryan Higgins is joining Middlesex for the remainder of the season, on loan, ahead of his permanent move to the Club
We are thrilled for Tom Helm, who has today been named in England's International T20 squad to tour Pakistan this month,
12 Middlesex players are competing in the ECB Disability Premier League - a T20 competition for the top disability players in the country.
Ticket information is now available ahead of the ECB Over-50s County Championship final, which takes place at Arundel Castle in September.
Middlesex's U18 Girls have made it through to the final of the ECB Under-18 County T20 competition on Sunday 11th September.
Yesterday's seven wicket win over Nottinghamshire saw Middlesex Over 50's first XI progress to the National Final of the County Championship where they'll face Essex.