BBC London's Kevin Hand caught up Nick Gubbins at the close, after the left-hander had hit an unbeaten on 150 at the Oval against Surrey
He survived the nightmare that was the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004 – now Thilan Walallawita is dreaming of his debut in first-class cricket.
The Bob Willis Trophy is the County Championship in all but name and represents a chance to re-establish Middlesex among the elite of the first-class game.
Tomorrow, the Middlesex squad go head to head in a two-day red-ball inter-club warm-up clash as the pace of pre-season preparations increases.
Middlesex Women have named a squad of twelve for tomorrow evening's London Cup clash against Surrey at the Kia Oval
Today the club announced that Stephen Eskinazi will captain the four-day side this year, with Toby Roland-Jones in the role of vice-captain.
BBC London's Kevin Hand caught up with AB de Villiers at home in South Africa to talk to the great man about Middlesex, cricket and more besides!
Today, the ECB named a squad of 24, including Eoin Morgan and Tom Helm, to take part in England's ODI training camp for the forthcoming series against Ireland.
Tom Helm talks to Jon Batham of the ECB Reporters Network and brings us up to speed on his return to action and on the impending start of the season!
Members can now enjoy a forty minute exclusive chat with a very open and honest AB de Villiers, who whilst in South Africa, caught up with BBC London's Kevin Hand.
The ECB has today announced that from 2021, counties can play two unqualified players in all three formats of the men's domestic game!
We caught up with Tim Murtagh at a locked-down Radlett CC today, as he and the rest of the bowling unit returned to training!
At last night's virtual AGM, club legend Beth Morgan, was announced as the first ever female to be awarded the position of Honorary Life Vice President
Having received numerous requests from members and supporters, we have one final dressing room reunion for you to enjoy, as we bring the class of pre 1975 back together to catch up on the good times!
In an exclusive interview with Michael Atherton, of the Times and Sky Cricket, Eoin Morgan talks about his background, his family life, his love for Middlesex, lifting the World Cup trophy and much more besides.
Having been named as the three professional cricketers to join the London and East region, we chatted to Amara Carr, Naomi Dattani, Cordelia Griffith and their Director of Cricket, Danni Warren.