Yesterday the Middlesex Disability D40 First Eleven had their first home game of the season, where they hosted Essex at William Perkin.
The opening First Eleven D40 game of the year saw us travel to The Oval to face Surrey, in an exciting opportunity to play on the main ground at the south London venue.
This summer, Out 4 Cricket are holding a series of online webinars to promote LGBTQ+ inclusion in cricket - don't miss them!
At our Championship match against Surrey at the Oval we will be working with Surrey to support them in all they're doing to help raise funds for Matt Dunn and his family after the tragic loss of their daughter.
Today, in the Lord's Long Room, Peter Lowrey, Andy Wagner and Richard Langan were presented with ceremonial caps for their services to youth cricket in the county.
On Friday we were honoured to be invited to the Hounslow Jamia Masjid, to host a cricket session for youngsters at their open Community Iftar event and to join in the evening celebrations.
Today, Middlesex Cricket wishes to make the following public statement, in response to the actions of an independent organisation called Middlesex Schools Cricket
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Take a look through some of the best pictures from our Powerhouse Games by Power2Inspire at Lord's Cricket Ground, where members of the 1st XI, Women's side, Participation team, local schools and Hackney Super 1s Hub took part in a number of team building fun games.
We are celebrating some of the great work that is happening at the club grounds around the county as part of National Grounds Week
This week, Middlesex's newly launched Young Persons' Advisory Group held it inaugural meeting. Watch this video to see what it's all about...
Middlesex Cricket will be supporting the Saracens Foundation and SBHL in delivery of an innovative community programme for refugee and asylum seeker families.
Take a look at some of the pictures taken from this years Middlesex Youth fun day.
Take a look at what went on at the Middlesex Member Fun Day in the Nursery Pavilion, as players from the Middlesex First XI squad spent the day with our Participation Team and Youth Members.
We are delighted to again be working with the Westminster Drug Project, making a real difference to the community of Brent.
Middlesex's plans to engage with recreational clubs in the county saw them attending Eastcote Cricket Club this week for a players' Q&A event.