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We spoke to Mill Hill Village CC this week as part of our focus on series about their success with The Young Officials programme
We spoke to Richmond CC this week as part of our focus on series, ahead of them hosing the MCWL tonight
We spoke to Ealing CC this week as part of our focus on series, after they celebrated 150 years of the club
The Middlesex Cricket Women's League invited all their member clubs to nominate players to represent them against the MCC
We spoke to Graces CC this week, as part of our focus on series, after their landmark cricket match last weekend
Good luck to Middlesex affiliated Graces Cricket Club tomorrow as they take on Unicorns CC in an historic LGBTQ+ clash - being live streamed!
We spoke to Shepherds Bush CC this week, as part of our focus on series, to discuss their new Women & Girls set up
We caught up with Marilyn Smith, on a day off, playing for her club side Actonians Women, to talk about the importance of Women's Cricket Month
Yesterday all 2020 Outstanding Services to Cricket Awards (OSCA) winners received their trophies at Lord's during the Test match. Well done to all.
This week's focus falls upon Ealing based Actonians Cricket Club, who we talk to about their involvement in the Esme Irwin League
Throughout June, as part of #WomensCricketMonth, we will celebrate some of the most inspirational women that play a huge part behind the scenes to make our game a success in Middlesex.
Disability Cricket has gone from strength to strength in Middlesex over the last few years, and a big part of that success is down to local Disability Champion Clubs. We spoke to one of the first Champion Clubs, Headstone Manor CC, based in Harrow.
This week, we spoke to Eastcote Cricket Club, the current champions of the Middlesex Vitality Under 19s T20 tournament as they look to defend their title as the 2021 edition gets underway