We are very much looking forward to welcoming members and spectators to Radlett Cricket Club tomorrow for our latest Vitality Blast match of the 2023 campaign!
With Middlesex taking on Hampshire Hawks and needing to secure victory to get their first points on the board in the competition, we are looking forward to what promises to be an exciting game and hopefully to witnessing Middlesex's first win of the campaign.
The match gets underway at 4.30pm, with gates opening two hours before, and everything you'll need to know for your visit to Radlett's Brunton Memorial Ground is included within the following information guide.
We hope you have an enjoyable trip to Radlett Cricket Club.
Middlesex merchandise can be purchased from the Middlesex retail tent which is situated on the bottom field. You'll find a wide range of merchandise and new branded Middlesex gifts available to purchase, including a new collection of Masuri Mini helmets, branded in Middlesex’s colours.
Stewards will be on location around the ground will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Radlett train station is approximately a ten minute walk from the ground, with trains running regularly from many London stations on the Thameslink line and from St Albans and Luton, also on the Thameslink line.
A Shuttle Bus Service will be in operation for all those attending the match, to transport spectators to the ground from Radlett train station prior to the match and back to the station from the ground after the game ends.
Timings of the Shuttle Bus are as follows:
From 3pm to 5pm from Radlett Rail Station to Radlett Cricket Club
From 7pm to 8pm - From Radlett Cricket Club Main Car Park (by the Pedestrian Gate) to Radlett Rail Station
For those driving to the ground, the ground is situated on Cobden Hill in Radlett, and the postcode is WD7 7JN.
For the latest travel information on the London transport system, please click HERE.
Spectators will find bathroom facilities located around the ground, with a dedicated changing places facility also available for spectators with disabilities. A baby change unit is also available.
There is a multi-faith area, a no-alcohol reserved seating area and a family reserved seating area in the ground. Please ask stewards for direction or follow signage around the ground.
For the comfort of all spectators, smoking or vaping is not permitted in your seats. There are designated areas provided for vaping and spoking, so please follow signs or ask a steward for directions.
For all our younger spectators, we've got Pinky's Pavilion, our fun and engaging kids' activity zone, situated on the bottom field. Take part in games, pick up some freebies, practice your cricket skills and plenty more besides. Make sure you visit Pinky's Pavilion tomorrow for a fun time for all the family – you’ll also get to meet our fun and fluffy mascot, Pinky, who will be on site to cheer on the team.
If you're not planning on attending the game 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 our lead commentator Kevin Hand and guests. Middlesex's live enhanced stream is brought to you in partnership with our T20 Digital Partner, iShares by Blackrock.
Spectators are politely asked to familiarise themselves with the Middlesex out-ground policy, which can be viewed HERE
We look forward to seeing you at Merchant Taylors’ School tomorrow for what promises to be an enjoyable evening of Vitality Blast action.