Today, the Club has written an open letter of solidarity and support to the Ukraine Cricket Federation, from the Middlesex Cricket Family
We are delighted to be hosting an online workshop, in association with Nujum Sports, to educate on Ramadan and why Muslims fast.
Middlesex Cricket, in partnership with the Lord’s Taverners, wish to appoint a Disability Development Officer to deliver Lord’s Taverners disability programmes (Table Cricket and Super 1s) across Middlesex.
We are delighted to announce that Mark Ramprakash will extend his batting consultancy role with the Club until the end of the 2022 season
We spoke to Co-Chair of the Club's ED&I Committee this week at Lord's, who brought us up to speed with the work being done in this area.
We are proud to announce that today we have signed the Muslim Athlete Charter, the first cricket club to make this important commitment
We are thrilled to announce that Afghanistan's world-class spinner, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, will return to Middlesex for the entire 2022 Blast competition.
For a number of weeks our Participation Team have been coaching a group of young Afghan refugees - watch an amazing story right here!
Further to this morning's DCMS Select Committee hearing, at which the Club's Chair, Mike O'Farrell, appeared as a witness, he has issued a personal statement.
The 21-year-old took 78 wickets in 36 matches at an average of 22.20 across all three formats in the international game.
Today we can unveil the fixtures for Middlesex's three disability squads for the 2022 season. See here for details...
Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day in the calendar which Middlesex Cricket proudly supports.
In the latest ICC World Test rankings, Middlesex's 2022 overseas signing Shaheen Shah Afridi has been named at number five!
We caught up with Women's Head Coach, Sanjay Patel, to hear about their winter plans.
Having joined Middlesex Cricket's Youth programme as one of the counties eight borough leads, England legend Monty Panesar spoke to us about his new role working within Middlesex's inner London boroughs and inspiring the next generation of Middlesex's young cricketers.
Today a game wide approach to tackling racism and all forms of discrimination was launched. See here for details of the plan