Middlesex Cricket's Natasha Miles spoke to us about being called up to the Hong Kong squad for the upcoming ICC Women's Cricket World Cup Asia Qualifiers in Dubai.
Middlesex’s Natasha Miles is set to make a return to the Women’s international stage, having been recalled to the Hong Kong squad for the forthcoming ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifiers, being played from mid-November in Dubai.
In this week's piece for Black History Month, we take a look back at Norman Cowans' career with Middlesex and focus on Leicestershire v Middlesex in 1985, a game in which Norman registered his career best First-Class bowling figures for Middlesex.
Yesterday, the individual achievements of both Middlesex and Sunrisers players were recognised at the Club's 2021 Players' Awards event. Find out all the winners here!
We are today delighted to announce the signing of Pakistan international left-arm paceman Shaheen Shah Afridi for the 2022 season
Later this month, James Harris is once again jumping in the saddle to ride to ride alongside cricketing colleagues and friends, to raise funds for The Professional Cricketers’ Trust on their annual fundraising bike ride.
Tim Murtagh spoke to BBC London's Kevin Hand after our two-wicket defeat to Kent in the County Championship.
Ethan Bamber speaks to BBC London's Kevin Hand after Middlesex took five wickets on the third day of the County Championship match against Kent.
John Simpson spoke to BBC London's Kevin Hand to discuss a positive day in Canterbury for Middlesex as we are 298/6 with Simpson on 21*.
BBC London's Kevin Hand caught up with Mark Stoneman after he hit an important half century at Kent that saw him pass 12,000 First - Class runs.
Tim Murtagh spoke to BBC Radio London's Kevin Hand after our 101-run win over Worcestershire at Lord's.
John Simpson spoke to BBC London's Kevin Hand after reaching 59 not out at stumps on day two of our County Championship match against Worcestershire at Lord's.
At lunch today, Steven Finn & James Harris, who leave the club at the end of the season, were presented with mementos of their time at Middlesex.
Max Holden spoke to BBC London's Kevin Hand after 18 wickets fell on day one of our County Championship match against Worcestershire at Lord's.
Middlesex have named a fifteen-man squad to face Worcestershire in the County Championship at Lord's this week.
Captain Tim Murtagh spoke to BBC London's Kevin Hand at the close of a brilliant four days for Middlesex who ran out winners by an innings!