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Middlesex County Cricket Clubs Disability Squads winter training programme reached its conclusion last Sunday - 24 March - when the players trained in the marquee the clubs professional players use to prepare for the coming season. More than 35 D40 and Super 9 cricketers made their way to Merchant Taylors’ School in Northwood to train on grass for the first time in 2024. The players were put through their paces by Andy Hill and Stefan McKenzie, the Head Coaches of Middlesex’s D40 and Super 9’s Disability Squads. With the sun shining and the marquee behaving like a greenhouse, for a short period of time, it almost felt like summer!

The construction of the huge marquee at MTS has become an annual event at the school, and it provides the professional and academy cricketers of Middlesex and Sunrisers, along with MTS’ finest cricketers and Middlesex’s Disability squads with outstanding turf training conditions in March. The training pitches are used every day and are subdued to an extremely heavy workload in March. All squads move out of the marquee in April in the hope grounds will by then be ready to accommodate matches.

Middlesex’s Disability squads have a busy summer of cricket, which starts on Sunday 28 April when they travel to Higham Cricket Club to play Yorkshire in their D40 Division One National match. The 2nd XI begin their campaign on 5 May when they host Surrey at William Perkins School and the 1st XI play their first home match is on 12 May when they take on Essex at William Perkins School in Greenford. Middlesex’s Super 9’s side also start the summer of cricket on 28 April when they play Hampshire at Chiswick CC.

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