Having been officially founded as a club in 1864, next year sees Middlesex County Cricket Club celebrating its one hundred and fiftieth year in existence.
To mark the occasion the club today unveiled a new-look club crest to be used moving forward.
The newly designed logo continues to see the county’s three trademark Seaxe swords being used as the centrepiece of the crest, set on a background of the club’s characteristic navy blue colours. New to the crest is a scrolling banner that sits beneath the Seaxes, featuring the words “Middlesex Cricket – Est. 1864”, in acknowledgment of the club’s rich one hundred and fifty year heritage and history.
Chief Executive, Vinny Codrington commented on the launch of the new Middlesex CCC crest…
“We felt that with 2014 being such a milestone year in the club’s long and illustrious history this was the perfect opportunity for us to launch this new-look club crest.
We have a huge amount of activity being planned for next year and our new club crest is just one of a number of exciting things being unveiled in celebration of our anniversary.
Our new logo perfectly blends a modern day look and feel with the traditional values that the club strives to exude at all times.
It’s a celebration of our heritage and an acknowledgement of our forward thinking vision for the club.”
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