Breaking news - Malan resigns captaincy, Cummins signs, Sowter extends contract and both Rayner and Barber part company with Middlesex. Read it all here!
This week's ECB Reporters Network article features Martin Andersson, who talks to Jon Batham about being back in the first eleven and his recovery from back surgery earlier this year.
Congratulations to both Martin Henderson and Kester Sainsbury, who have been named in England's Learning Disability Squad to tour Australia
Dawid Malan has been named alongside Eoin Morgan in England IT20 squad for the forthcoming tour to New Zealand.
The curtain comes down on Middlesex’s 2019 season this week at Lord’s with some familiar faces returning to the Home of Cricket with visiting side Derbyshire.
After the disappointment of a 44 run loss to Durham at Lord’s this week Middlesex head to Old Trafford tomorrow to take on Champions elect Lancashire in the penultimate Specsavers County Championship encounter of the 2019 season, with Head Coach Stuart Law freshening up the squad with the introduction of some new faces.
Head Coach Stuart Law looks ahead to crucial visit of Durham to Lord's over the next four days
Stuart Law has named a squad of fourteen for this week's crucial Specsavers County Championship clash against Durham at Lord's.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that West Indies quick Miguel Cummins has joined the club for the remainder of the season.
Stuart Law has named a 14 man squad for our trip to Trent Bridge tomorrow night, for a huge Quarter-Final clash against Notts Outlaws in the Vitality Blast.
Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that Mujeeb ur Rahman has returned to the club for tomorrow's quarter-final at Trent Bridge
Huge thanks to Tony Bishop, lifelong Middlesex fan and commentator for Guerilla Cricket for this brilliant article! What's your own dream eleven?
Middlesex Cricket today announced that Paul Stirling is set to leave the club, following his decision to commit his future to Cricket Ireland.
Middlesex will complete the group stages with back to back away games - at the Ageas Bowl tomorrow evening against Hampshire and then at Taunton against Somerset on Friday.
Middlesex will head into their final home match of the 2019 Vitality Blast South Group campaign at Uxbridge Sports Club tomorrow afternoon with their sights set on a return to winning ways as they look to nail down a place in next month’s knockout stages.
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