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One position of Member elected Director is up for election. The current incumbent, Ankit Shah (who took over from Clive Radley when he stood down in 2022) is standing again for re-election.

We welcome nominations for this position from the membership.

If you wish to stand for election to the Board for this position and have the attributes listed below, please email [email protected] or write to Andrew Cornish, Chief Executive Officer, Middlesex Cricket, Lord’s Cricket Ground, London, NW8 8QN, no later than 26 January 2024.

All nominees will then be sent an ECB ‘Fit and Proper Person’ declaration and the form will need to be signed by the two current Voting Members as proposer and seconder and received by the Club via [email protected] no later than 31st January 2024.


There is one position of Nominated elected Director up for re-election. A Nominated elected Director is a member of Middlesex Cricket, who is also a member of an affiliated Middlesex Club, nominated and voted by the Affiliated Clubs in Middlesex. Chris Goldie currently holds this position and will be standing for re-election.

A separate announcement to those clubs will be sent to advise them of the nomination process. If you are a member of a Middlesex Affiliated Club and wish to stand for this position, please contact your Club officials who receive Middlesex notices, or email [email protected] by no later than 26th January 2024.

Nominees for the Nominated elected Director will need to complete an ECB ‘Fit and Proper Person’ declaration, signed by the designated representative of the Affiliated Club Member of which the candidate is associated, and received by the Club via [email protected] no later than 31st January 2024.


The Board at Middlesex Cricket is responsible for the oversight, governance and leadership of the Club, and of the wider game of cricket in the County of Middlesex.

Its key roles are to:

The members of the Board comprise:

The Board is required to ensure that the composition of the Board is suitably diverse, both in terms of gender and ethnicity as well as in terms of skill sets. Not surprisingly given the recent report from the ICEC there is a need for practical expertise in ED&I to ensure that Middlesex Cricket meet the requirements of the ECB in response to that report.

In addition, from a Middlesex Cricket perspective, the skills that are most needed to strengthen the Board are Finance and Commercial expertise - finance to ensure we have suitable oversight of the financial position of Middlesex Cricket, and commercial to help drive new revenue and investment opportunities.

In addition, Board Directors will:

There are also likely to be other opportunities for members to join the Board (as an Appointed Director), or one of the committees of the Board in the upcoming months. We will be advertising to recruit suitably qualified individuals once we know the balance of skills that we still require following the identification of the successful candidates from the elections referred to above.

We look forward to hearing from anyone who feels they have the right attributes suitable for the above positions and we look forward to welcoming members to the AGM and Winter members forum in 2024.