Voting for the Middlesex Coaching Awards scheme 2021 is underway.
Earlier today, the ECB announced that it has been a record-breaking year for recreational cricket - with 10,000 more adult fixtures being played in club cricket compared to the last full season, and over 101,000 children taking part in ECB-run National Programmes this year, with the introduction of Dynamos Cricket fuelling the boom.
Today, the Middlesex County Cricket League (MCCL) unveiled their squad for the two-day warm-up fixture against Middlesex at Old Merchant Taylors’ Cricket Club next week.
This week we spoke to Crouch End CC, who’s Women’s section has really progressed in the last year. There is always an excitement from the team, who are always doing something on their social media channels to support the Middlesex Women.
Middlesex’s Regional Head Coaches have been busy over the last two weeks working with and identifying potential county age group cricketers, from over 160 boys who attended the counties’ regional youth cricket festival.
The ECB Coach Awards recognise and reward coaches for their hard work and effort to support the next generation of cricketers.
Brondesbury Sports Club have an exciting opportunity for an individual to become their Head Groundsperson.
Join us at TMGA's latest UK summer camp. Book your places now to experience a cricket camp like no other.
The Middlesex Cricket Women's League invited all their member clubs to nominate players to represent them against the MCC
Our Participation Team are looking for two Community Coaches & two Community Activators Apprentices to join the team
Good luck to Middlesex affiliated Graces Cricket Club tomorrow as they take on Unicorns CC in an historic LGBTQ+ clash - being live streamed!
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.
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