Fantastic news for four young Middlesex cricketers this week, who have been called up to the England Lions Learning Disability squad
Congratulations to Luke Hollman, who was today named in England's Young Lions winter squad
Some words of tribute from Middlesex Cricket's Managing Director of Cricket Angus Fraser following Nick Compton's earlier retirement
After a long and successful career Nick Compton today announced his retirement from the game
Today saw the official launch of the London Cricket Trust - providing an unprecedented boost for cricket in the capital
Huge congratulations to Sophia Dunkley, who has today been named in England's ICC World T20 squad
James Fuller has turned down the offer of a contract extension and will join Hampshire from the 2019 season
Nominations are now being taken for the 2018 Middlesex Coaches Association Awards - nominate coaches here!
We're introducing a new section into our Annual Review magazine, featuring the best members' stories from the 2018 season! Send us yours now!
Club Captain Dawid Malan speaks to Ben Kosky of the ECB Reporters Network about the appointment of Stuart Law as our new Head Coach, and reflects on his first season as Middlesex's Captain.
Middlesex enjoyed a winning finale to the 2018 season, beating Durham by 57 runs after bowling them out for 109 in the final innings.
Tim Murtagh speaks to Kevin Hand after Middlesex secure victory over Durham in the final match of the season, and gives his thoughts on Middlesex's season as a whole.
Congratulations to Max Holden and Nick Gubbins - who have both been named in England Lions' red and white ball squads to tout the UAE this winter.
Middlesex fought back on Day Two, recovering the first innings deficit and building a lead of 66 runs for the loss of 2 wickets by the close.
Stephen Eskinazi hit an impressive 96 on Day Two against Durham, whilst Middlesex were able to reach 255/2 by the close, leading by 66 runs.