Today, the ECB issued an update on the recreation game and the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic.
An unbelievable effort from Chance to Shine, who are celebrating their fifteenth birthday this week with the announcement that they have coached their five millionth child!
In support of the ECB national Together Through This Test campaign, here's a sample of what's been going on in and around the Middlesex Cricket Network to support those in need.
Today, the ECB launched a national campaign to showcase how cricket has come together to help those in need during the current COVID-19 crisis - Together Through This Test.
Today the ECB guidance to clubs and players on the steps they should take when returning to cricket in a club environment
Today the ECB issued a statement regarding the recreational game, and the impact that COVID-19 has upon it
We are delighted to announce that Danni Warren has been appointed as the new Director of Women's Cricket for the London and East region
Today saw the launch of the ECB's new youth engagement programme, Dynamos Cricket - with 50 centres launching within Middlesex
Show you support for our Membership Secretary Julie Blakesley - running the Vitality Big Half Marathon next month for the Felix Project
Congratulations to Finchley Cricket Club, who last week won the annual Middlesex Cricket Indoor Cricket Trophy
Congratulations to Middlesex's Participation Team, who last night won the Chance To Shine Cricket Board of the Year Award
More youngsters than ever before are enjoying Middlesex Cricket's indoor mini-Lord's activation at KidZania London!
Last night eight Middlesex cricketers got the chance to work with the Felix Project for the night in what proved to be an eye opening experience for all involved.
This evening, eight Middlesex cricketers will be volunteering for the Felix Project on four of the charities city centre routes.
Calling all Middlesex Coaches! Don't miss the MCoA's summer to winter coaching event on 20th October at Finchley! Book your place now!
A huge thanks to Middlesex member Martin Carr - who raised well over £600 for the Ruth Strauss Foundation on a sponsored walk at Lord's this week