Middlesex Women won their 5th successive London Cup against rivals Surrey, hitting the winning runs with the final delivery to retain the title at Lord's.
Tim Murtagh took 6 wickets on the final day as Middlesex wrapped up an impressive victory over Worcestershire at New Road in the Specsavers County Championship.
Head Coach Stuart Law reflects on Middlesex's victory over Worcestershire at New Road in the Specsavers County Championship.
The shops on the Ground will be taken over by the ICC World Cup in the coming days and will only stock World Cup merchandise.
Only one session took place on Day Three at New Road, after a long rain delay for the majority of the day. Middlesex were eventually able to add another 92 runs before the close of play.
Winning Captain Natasha Miles chats to us at the close of a thrilling London Cup at Lord's which her side won off the last ball of the match
Captain Dawid Malan reflects on the current state of play, as Middlesex close Day Three with a lead of 352 going into the final day at New Raod.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that after hitting 323 runs in Middlesex Women’s opening four Women’s County Championship matches, at an average of 107.66, Sophia Dunkley has won the first MVP award of the 2019 season.
MCC have today confirmed that Middlesex members will be able to purchase Pavilion Admission tickets to the World Cup clash on 5th July 2019 - exclusively available to members of Middlesex until Sunday 2nd June 2019.
Report from a wonderful Middlesex Players' Association held at Lord's recently in support of the Ruth Strauss Foundation
Middlesex have named a strong 12-player squad for their first county match at Lord's - the London Cup against Surrey.
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Middlesex took enjoyed a prosperous second day at New Road, which included Helm taking 5-36 with the ball. A Malan century and Gubbins with 72 then gave Middlesex a commanding lead going into Day Three.
Tom Helm spoke to Kevin Hand at the close of play on Day Two, after helping himself to First-Class career best figures of 5-36.
Middlesex and Worcestershire played out a hard fought first day at New Road, seeing Middlesex post 221 and take three wickets before the close to leave Worcestershire on 64/3 in reply.
This week's ECB Reporters Middlesex feature focusses on Sophia Dunkley, Middlesex Women's latest England International.