Middlesex Panthers are looking for their first win in the Yorkshire Bank 40 competition, when they take on Yorkshire Vikings tomorrow, Bank Holiday Monday 27 May at Radlett Cricket Club, having so far lost two of their matches and the match against Gloucestershire being abandoned.
We welcome back Eoin Morgan from his time at the IPL with the Kolkata Knight Riders, as well as Tim Murtagh and Paul Stirling from Ireland duty. Both Chris Rogers and John Simpson are being rested for this match.
Middlesex are pleased to announce the following 13-man squad:
Neil Dexter (captain)
Tickets can be purchased on the day from gates opening and cost £15 for adults, £8 for over 65s and £5 for under 16s. Middlesex Members are Free.
Gates open at 12.15pm with the match due to start at 1.45pm.
Radlett Cricket Club, Cobden Hill, Watling Street, Radlett, Herts, WD7 7JN
Web: www.radlettcc.com Tel: 01923 856348
SEATING: There will be a limited number of folding chairs provided but please feel free to bring your own.
PARKING: Available in the field adjacent to the Ground, which can be accessed via Watling Street please follow signs. £5 for non-members, £3 for Middlesex members. The public car park will open at 12pm. Gates to the ground will not open until 12.15pm.
There are limited parking spaces available for Blue Badge Holders and MUST be booked in advance. In order to book a place please call the Middlesex Office on 020 7289 1300 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 020 7289 1300 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and car registration number. Disabled Parking will be situated in the main Radlett CC Car Park, signposted "Players & Officials".
ALCOHOL: Alcohol is permitted to be brought into the ground for this match but must not exceed four cans or one 75cl bottle of wine.
Food & Beverages are available to purchase at the ground.
Please note for this match the Pavilion area is for Middlesex CCC and Radlett CC Members only.
From the north: Leave the A1/A1M at junction 23 and join the M25 travelling West towards Heathrow. Leave the M25 at junction 22 and take the B556 towards Radlett for a mile to a T junction with the A5183. Follow this all the way into Radlett and as you leave the village you will see the Cat & Fiddle pub on your right, go over the hill and the turning for the public Car Park will be signposted is about 300 yards past the pedestrian entrance to Radlett CC on the left.
From the West: Leave the M25 at junction 21a and take the A405 to St Albans until you reach the Park Street roundabout and take the right hand/third exit, the A5183, to Radlett. Then follow the directions as detailed in “from the north”.
From the East: Leave M25 at junction 22 and follow the directions as stated in “from the north”.
From the South: Depending on how far south you are: Either use the M25 and directions as directed above from the east or west; or take the A5 Edgware Road going north to the roundabout with the A41 going straight on towards Elstree and join the A5183 towards Radlett. Follow Watling Road(A5183) until you see the signposts for the public Car Park which will be on your right. If you reach the Cat & Fiddle pub, you have gone past the public car park entrance.
Radlett train station (First Capital Connect). 0.7 miles 0845 026 4700. Radlett CC is approximately a 15 minute walk through the town. Once you leave the village you will see the Cat & Fiddle pub and the pedestrian entrance to Radlett CC is about 50 yards past the pub on your left. There is a brown signpost on the right indicating the turning point to the cricket club and Tabard Rugby Club.
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE
For those supporters travelling by train on the day, Middlesex are delighted to announce that Radlett Cricket Club's corporate partner, Herts Cars will offer a free shuttle service from the train station to the Club for supporters.
The free taxi shuttle service will run at the following times, to coincide with trains arriving from London; 12.10pm - 12.35pm - 13.05pm - 13.35pm - 14.05pm. Valid Train tickets must be shown to the driver in order to receive this free service.
In the evening taxi shuttles will run from Radlett CC back to the train station at 6.45pm - 7.15pm - 7.30pm - 7.45pm - 8.00pm again a valid train ticket for the return journey must be shown to the driver to receive this free service.
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