Middlesex Cricket Board Director, Edward Lord OBE, talks to Middlesex Cricket as part of our campaign to promote equality and respect for LGBTQ+ people
Middlesex fans may yet be allowed to watch their team in action this summer - with Lord’s among the possible venues touted to host spectators, according to chief executive Richard Goatley.
Some great news today from the ECB, who confirmed their plans for Men's and Women's domestic cricket to return to action.
Today is Global Pride Day, which sees a 24 hour festival of celebration kicking off online across the globe. See here for details of this brilliant event.
At last night's virtual AGM, club legend Beth Morgan, was announced as the first ever female to be awarded the position of Honorary Life Vice President
Our latest interview in our campaign to promote equality and respect for LGBTQ+ people saw us catch up with passionate Middlesex life member, Russell Grant.
Members can now watch the 156th Middlesex Cricket AGM by accessing the members' hub and finding the meeting in the Exclusive Content section.
Members can now watch the 156th Middlesex Cricket Annual General Meeting, which this year, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, was held as a virtual meeting, recorded for members to view.
Having received numerous requests from members and supporters, we have one final dressing room reunion for you to enjoy, as we bring the class of pre 1975 back together to catch up on the good times!
In an exclusive interview with Michael Atherton, of the Times and Sky Cricket, Eoin Morgan talks about his background, his family life, his love for Middlesex, lifting the World Cup trophy and much more besides.
Having been named as the three professional cricketers to join the London and East region, we chatted to Amara Carr, Naomi Dattani, Cordelia Griffith and their Director of Cricket, Danni Warren.
In what is a first for the Women's domestic game, Amara Carr, Naomi Dattani and Cordelia Griffith were named as professional cricketers for the London and East region.
Middlesex Cricket can today announce that it is the club’s intention for players to return to training from Wednesday 1st July 2020, initially on a part time basis, whilst remaining part-time furloughed outside of their scheduled training routines
As part of our campaign to help raise awareness of equality and respect for LGBTQ+ people, we chatted to Manish Modi, Captain of the only LGBT cricket club - Graces.
Today, on Windrush Day, we acknowledge the services of the many Caribbean cricketers who have represented the club over the years
Today, we launch a two week campaign, to raise awareness and champions equality and respect for LGBTQ+ people