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3 months ago | Matches


We are very much looking forward to welcoming members and spectators to Radlett Cricket Club tomorrow for the first of two home games this week at The Brunton Memorial Ground, where we'll be taking on visitors Warwickshire in our sixth Royal London Cup Group A clash of the season.

With Middlesex sat in the knockout qualification places with two home games coming up followed by one final away encounter down in Hove against Sussex to finish off the group stages, tomorrow's clash with Warwickshire promises to be another exciting encounter, with Middlesex looking to make it five wins in our last five matches.

If you're coming to the match at Radlett Cricket Club tomorrow, here's everything you'll need to know as a spectator, ahead of your visit to Cobden Hill.

Members' entry information - tickets and parking

Middlesex members simply need to produce their valid 2022 membership card at the entrance gate to gain entry into the ground. Please note members' season Guest passes are valid at Royal London Cup matches, so can be used at all four home fifty-over games.

Middlesex members in possession of a 2022 Season Guest Pass are reminded that Guest Passes may only be used if the Guest attending is also in the presence of the Member who own the Guest Pass. The bearer of the Guest Pass, if in the presence of the Member, will also gain free admission to the ground on production of the Season Guest Pass.

Members' looking to purchase tickets for Guests can still do so, with tickets available to buy online HERE.

If members are unable to purchase tickets online for their Guests, then they are being sold at the admission gates.

Parking is available for members next to the ground, priced at £3.00 for the day. To book parking in advance click HERE.

Please follow the signs for public parking from the main road.

Alternatively there is a public car park in Radlett town centre, approx 5 min walk to the ground, and costs £6.50 for over 5 hours.

Non-members entry information - tickets and parking

Non-members looking to attend the fixture can purchase tickets in advance by clicking HERE.

Non-members who have not purchased tickets in advance can purchase tickets at the gate, and can also purchase non-members' car-parking on the day.

Parking is available for non-members next to the ground, priced at £5.00 for the day. To book parking in advance click HERE.

Please follow the signs for public parking from the main road.

Alternatively there is a public car park in Radlett town centre, approx 5 min walk to the ground, and costs £6.50 for over 5 hours.

Free Shuttle Bus Service:

A courtesy shuttle bus, operated by Ready Bus, which is wheelchair accessible, will run between 10am and 11.30am from Radlett train station to the Ground and return to the station from the Ground at the close of play from 6.30pm – 7.30pm.

Blue Badge parking

For anyone requiring blue badge parking, or with limited mobility, please follow the signs for Players & Officials parking, via the Main entrance to Radlett. Do not follow signs for spectator parking. An area just inside the pedestrian entrance to the ground is reserved for wheelchair users and a Mobiloo changing places facility is also situated at this entrance.

Ticket Entry prices

Adult admission: £20.00

Over 65's admission: £10.00

Under 16's admission: £5.00

Match Timings

Seating Information

All seating in the ground is unreserved, so if you have a favoured position to watch the action from, we would recommend arriving early to secure your spot. Seating is provided for spectators, however if you wish to bring your own chair then by all means do so.

A members' tiered seating stand is available to the side of the Radlett Clubhouse, and a larger stand is available for all spectators on the railway side of the ground, as well as some shaded canopies for those that prefer to sit in the shade.

Capacity in both tiered stands is limited and is available on a first-come first-served basis.

The area around the Radlett Clubhouse is for Middlesex and Radlett members and their guests only (1 Guest per member) and has a limited number of tiered seating. The Radlett Clubhouse will be open serving drinks and food to members.

A seating area for wheelchair users and spectators with limited mobility is also available, situated next to the entrance to the ground.

Taking care in the hot weather

With continued high temperatures forecast this week, please be sure to bring plenty of water with you and ensure you wear sun-screen. There are shaded areas around the ground where you can sit and take a break from the sun, however appropriate headwear would also be recommended. The bar on the bottom field at the Salters Field end of the ground and the bar in the Radlett clubhouse will have free water available for spectators to refill their own water bottles/flasks.

Catering Information

A public bar and ice cream van are situated on the Railway side of the ground, and a public bar and catering outlet are situated on the bottom field at the Salters End of the ground, serving a selection of food and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

A coffee van is situated by the main pedestrian entrance.

Smoking and vaping areas

We request that spectators do not smoke and vape in spectator seating areas, for the comfort of fellow spectators. There are designated smoking and vaping areas signposted around the ground, and please be mindful of the dry grass condition, and dispense of all cigarette ends in the sand buckets provided.

Middlesex information area and shop

At the lower end of the field (opposite end of ground to the Pavilion) spectators can visit the Middlesex information area and peruse through a range of Middlesex merchandise items in the shop, including our latest Nike 2022 playing strips, our range of Nike training gear, accessories and a bargain bucket with selected items on special offer.

Stewards around the ground will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Multi-faith spectator area

A multi-faith/quiet space for those requiring it, is set up in a marquee on the bottom field.

Toilet facilities

There are plenty of toilets available around the ground, a Mobiloo changing places facility is situated at the main entrance and another accessible toilet and baby change facility are situated on the railway side of the ground.

Travelling by train?

Click HERE to see train times to and from Radlett Railway Station

Not attending the game? Watch our live enhanced stream from Radlett!

If you're not planning on visiting Radlett tomorrow, then there's no better way to keep on top of the action than by watching Middlesex's live and enhanced stream of the match via the Club's website or on the Club's YouTube channel. The game will be covered by multiple manned broadcast cameras, featuring multi-camera angle and slow motion action replays, in play stats and graphics, with match commentary brought to you by Kevin Hand and guests.

Middlesex's live enhanced stream is brought to you in partnership with our partner eToro.

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Fri 19 August
Royal London One-Day Cup - Group A
Radlett Cricket Club
Start Time: 11:00
Duration: 1 day

Middlesex Middlesex
Warwickshire Warwickshire

Middlesex won by 128 runs