After Middlesex's win against Glamorgan last week, John Simpson caught up with Ben Kosky, ahead of this week's trip to Grace Road to face Leicestershire
Middlesex's First Team Coach, Richard Johnson, has named a fourteen=man squad to face Leicestershire this week in our penultimate County Championship clash of the season.
We are sad to announce that Indian paceman Umesh Yadav has failed to recover from his thigh injury in time for a return to Middlesex and is still undergoing treatment in India.
Congratulations to Middlesex Women’s Saskia Horley and Molly Barbour-Smith, who have both enjoyed successful starts to their international careers this summer.
Congratulations to Stephen Eskinazi, who has won the PCA's Player of the Month Award for August 2022, for his incredible form in the Royal London Cup.
The ECB's Disability Premier League continued on Sunday with four more matches taking place at Wokingham Cricket Club in Berkshire.
We caught up with Ryan Higgins after he re-joined the Club on loan for the rest of the season ahead of his permanent move.
We caught up with Tom Helm ahead of his departure to Pakistan with the England team, who will play seven IT20s during their first tour to the country in 17 years.
We are delighted to announce that Ryan Higgins is joining Middlesex for the remainder of the season, on loan, ahead of his permanent move to the Club
We are thrilled for Tom Helm, who has today been named in England's International T20 squad to tour Pakistan this month,
12 Middlesex players are competing in the ECB Disability Premier League - a T20 competition for the top disability players in the country.
We are delighted to announce that Max Holden has signed an extension to his contract with the Club until at least the end of the 2025 season.
Max Harris spoke to Jon Batham of the ECB Reporters Network.
We caught up with Stephen Eskinazi following our five-wicket defeat to Gloucestershire in the Royal London Cup at Radlett Cricket Club.
Ben Kosky of the ECB Reporters Network caught up with Joe Cracknell, to talk through his new role behind the stumps in the Royal London Cup side.
We caught up with captain, Stephen Eskinazi, after our 102-run victory over Surrey in the Royal London Cup. Eskinazi struck a Career and Club-best of 182 in the first innings.