We are delighted to announce that all-rounder Martin Andersson is the latest player to sign a long-term contract extension with the Club.
Great news to report on the contract front, as Robbie White has committed his long-term future to Middlesex, until at least the end of 2024.
Having recently signed a long-term contract with the Club until 2024, we caught up with Stephen Eskinazi at Lord's to talk about the future.
In the latest ICC World Test rankings, Middlesex's 2022 overseas signing Shaheen Shah Afridi has been named at number five!
We caught up with Women's Head Coach, Sanjay Patel, to hear about their winter plans.
We caught up with Assistant Head of Youth Cricket, Mark Lane, about the talent identification structure at the Club.
We caught up with U18 Girls' Head Coach, Guy Ashby, as the girls continue their winter programme.
We are delighted to announce that Stephen Eskinazi has committed his future to the Club until at least the end of 2024!
We are delighted to announce that Alan Coleman will take the role of Head of Men's Performance Cricket in a coaching restructure announced today!
We caught up with Max Harris after he received another rookie contract for 2022.
Hear from Daniel O'Driscoll, who received a rookie contract this week.
Congratulations to Ishaan Kaushal, Daniel O'Driscoll, Max Harris and Toby Greatwood - all who have been awarded professional rookie contracts.
We are delighted to announce that Tim Murtagh has signed an extension to his terms with Middlesex and has taken on the role of Club Captain.
We are delighted to welcome back Mark Ramprakash to Middlesex, who will work with the squad this winter as a Consultant Batting Coach
Disability Head Coach Michael Wilson spoke at the recent disability cricket trials at our indoor school in Finchley.
Sunrisers have renewed the contracts of Amara Carr, Kelly Castle, Naomi Dattani, Jo Gardner, and Cordelia Griffith, who all earned professional contracts last year, whilst the sixth contract for 2021/22 is awarded to seventeen-year-old off spinning all-rounder Grace Scrivens.