More youngsters than ever before are enjoying Middlesex Cricket's indoor mini-Lord's activation at KidZania London!
Middlesex Cricket is today delighted to announce that Luke Hollman has signed a two year contract with the club
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to welcome Peter Handscomb to the club, who will join for two years and take the First-Class and List-A captaincy roles
A reminder to Middlesex members to ensure they send in a self-addressed envelope to the Middlesex office to receive an international ticket priority ticket form
Last night eight Middlesex cricketers got the chance to work with the Felix Project for the night in what proved to be an eye opening experience for all involved.
This evening, eight Middlesex cricketers will be volunteering for the Felix Project on four of the charities city centre routes.
Middlesex Cricket can today confirm that former captain, Dawid Malan, has been released from his contract and will join Yorkshire
Four additional Middlesex players will join Eoin Morgan in representing franchises in the ECB's new Hundred competition
This week's ECB Reporters Network article features Martin Andersson, who talks to Jon Batham about being back in the first eleven and his recovery from back surgery earlier this year.
Stuart Law looks back on his first season with the club, with the final match of 2019 ending in a draw against Derbyshire.
Dawid Malan reflects on the third day against Derbyshire at Lord's, in which he reached 1,000 Specsavers County Championship runs for the season.
Assistant Coach Nic Pothas reflects on a positive first day with the bat against Derbyshire at Lord's.
James Harris speaks to Ben Kosky about his determination to continue to improve his batting prowess, whilst also delivering wickets consistently.
Dawid Malan speaks after Middlesex's 104 run defeat to Lancashire in the Specsavers County Championship.
Ethan Bamber spoke at the close of play of Day Three against Lancashire, after a flurry of late wickets set up an intriguing final day at Old Trafford.
Tony Bishop of Guerilla Cricket sat down with our Director of Cricket Angus Fraser to discuss who would make his all-time Middlesex Ashes XI.