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Leagues

Middlesex County Cricket League

The Middlesex County Cricket League (MCCL), incorporating the ECB Middlesex Premier League (one of 26 ECB Premier Leagues in England & Wales) is the top league within our county’s recreational cricket pyramid.

For more information visit www.middlesexccl.com

League contact: Chairman Bob Baxter [email protected]


Middlesex Championship

The Middlesex Championship is the entry point to the recreational cricket league pyramid in Middlesex for club 1st and 2nd XIs and is a feeder league for the MCCL, accordingly. Any club looking to gain entry to the MCCL would need to win Division 1 of the Middlesex Championship league and also meet the associated entry criteria.

The league has four divisions for clubs 1st XIs, and a further three divisions for club 2nd XIs.

For more information visit www.middlesexchampionship.com

League contact: Secretary Sue Gallagher [email protected]


Middlesex Premier Cricket League

The Middlesex Premier Cricket League was founded in 1992 and currently runs five divisions on Sundays for club 1st and 2nd XI's. It also runs Cup, Plate and T20 competitions for member clubs.

For more information visit:www.middlesexpremier.co.uk


Middlesex Sunday League

The Middlesex Sunday League runs a two-division 40 over competition predominantly made up of clubs from the Harrow and Hounslow areas of Middlesex but is open to all clubs.

For more information visit www.msl.play-cricket.com

League contact: Terry Hyman [email protected]


Middlesex Women’s Championship

In 2018 the Middlesex Women’s Cricket Championship is split into two regional leagues. The format is Hardball T20 played mid-week evenings or weekends by mutual agreements of the clubs. For more information on the league or support for women’s hard ball cricket please contact Piya Yadav at [email protected] or Bhavika Gajipra [email protected]


Middlesex Development League (MDL)

The MDL aims to inspire young people to play the game competitively, and in the Spirit of Cricket. Primarily engaging 16-21-year olds, Middlesex Cricket set up The MDL to respond to the needs of clubs in relation to the ongoing development of younger players. The competition:

Entry is open to any organisation that is affiliated to Middlesex Cricket.

All 40 over matches take place on Sundays, once school, college and university exams have finished in mid-June. The six-week Group Stage is arranged geographically and a minimum of seven players must be an Under 21 or below. All players wear coloured clothing and games are played with the pink ball.

For more information about please contact Ian Moore at [email protected]


U19 ClubT20

The NatWest U19 Club T20 competition was developed through player insight to combat a national trend within clubs – young players dropping out of the game after Under 15s. The insight ECB gathered from 1,000 young players (current and lapsed) included these key factors:

This year 30 teams will be competing in the format across the county. For more information please contact Ian Moore at [email protected]

http://ecbu19clubt20.play-cricket.com/


Middlesex Youth Cup

Aimed at 14-17year olds with fixtures taking place in the school holidays. This competition offers an exciting first introduction to T20 Blast style cricket, with colour clothing and a pink ball.

For more information about the initiative please contact Ian Moore [email protected]


T20 Community League

Middlesex Cricket offers Community T20 Leagues in the East and West of the County. The leagues take place on Sundays in Tower Hamlets and mid-week in Ealing running between May & August. The leagues are open to clubs and teams.

For more information please contact Pete Jones – [email protected]


ECB Indoor Cricket

The county stage of ECB’s Indoor National Club Championship takes place every autumn at the Middlesex Indoor Cricket School. It is a six-a-side tournament played with a hard ball. The winners then take part in the Round of 32 match to determine the 16 teams that go forward to the four Regional Finals Days in the new year. The winners of the Regional finals then compete in the National Finals Day at Lord’s in March.

If your team is interested in entering the Middlesex ECB Indoor Cricket competition, please contact James lark at[email protected]

Further information on ECB Indoor Cricket can also be found at www.ecb.co.uk/indoorcricket