Stuart Law has named a 14 man squad for our trip to Trent Bridge tomorrow night, for a huge Quarter-Final clash against Notts Outlaws in the Vitality Blast.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that Mujeeb ur Rahman has returned to the club for tomorrow's quarter-final at Trent Bridge
Huge thanks to Tony Bishop, lifelong Middlesex fan and commentator for Guerilla Cricket for this brilliant article! What's your own dream eleven?
Middlesex Cricket today announced that Paul Stirling is set to leave the club, following his decision to commit his future to Cricket Ireland.
Middlesex will complete the group stages with back to back away games - at the Ageas Bowl tomorrow evening against Hampshire and then at Taunton against Somerset on Friday.
Middlesex will head into their final home match of the 2019 Vitality Blast South Group campaign at Uxbridge Sports Club tomorrow afternoon with their sights set on a return to winning ways as they look to nail down a place in next month’s knockout stages.
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Middlesex return to Vitality Blast action tomorrow against Hampshire at Lord’s after a mid-competition break for a one-off Specsavers County Championship encounter down at Hove this week.
Four and a half weeks since returning victorious from Cardiff with 23 points secured from an emphatic 256 run win against Glamorgan, Middlesex return to Specsavers County Championship action on Sunday, when they’ll take on Sussex down at the 1st Central County Ground in Hove.
This week four Middlesex young cricketers were named in next week's ECB Super Fours competition, where they'll represent the London and East side.
Middlesex head to Chelmsford tomorrow evening looking to do the double over Essex and maintain their winning ways in the Vitality Blast.
We are delighted to confirm that Pakistan international Mohammad Hafeez will join the club for the remainder of the Vitality Blast group campaign
Radlett Cricket Club’s Brunton Memorial Ground hosts it's first-ever Vitality Blast T20 encounter on Sunday, when Middlesex return to outground action against Gloucestershire, with the hosts looking to bounce back to winning ways after suffering a bruising defeat at Hove last night against Sussex.
Middlesex head into the second half of the Vitality Blast Group stages in excellent form, having secured their fifth victory of the campaign last night at a packed Lord’s against London rivals Surrey – a win which took Stuart Law’s side to within just two points of top spot of the South Group table.
Surrey visit Lord's tomorrow in the Vitality Blast and Middlesex have their sights set on doing the double over their London rivals.
Five of Middlesex Women's cricketers begin a new adventure today as the 2019 KSL kicks off! Wishing them all the very best of success.