Pinky's Day Camp

Come and Join Us this October Half Term

Middlesex Cricket are giving young people the opportunity to experience Pinky’s Cricket Camps and to meet Pinky himself…..


What is it?

Pinky’s Cricket Camp is where your 5 to 11-year olds can have lots of fun with friends during half term, playing cricket and learning new skills.


What do you need?

Nothing! All the equipment is provided for you, there’s no special kit or clothing, just what’s comfortable to run around indoors in, including suitable trainers, so once booked you just turn up!


Who’s it for?

The camps are for everyone between the ages of 5 – 11 and are split into two groups:

Session 1               5-8 year olds       Years 1 - 4

Session 2              9-11 year olds      Years 5 & 6

Each fun and interactive session is delivered by Middlesex Participation Coaches who are fully vetted and accredited, making sure your child’s learning safe as well as fun.


Where are they being held?

Pinky’s Cricket Camp is being held at:

William Perkin School Oldfield Lane Greenford UB6 8PR

Thursday 26th  October 10.00am – 12.30pm                  5-8 year olds

Thursday 26th October 1.00pm – 3.30pm                      9-11 year olds


Where can I sign up?

Click on the venue links below to access the sign up pages for each camp, Pinky is looking forward to seeing you at his camp for what promises to be packed with lots of fun & games.


Thursday 26th Oct 10am – 12:30pm           5 – 8 year olds          

Thursday 26th Oct 1pm – 3:30pm                9 – 11 year olds          

All Stars Cricket

All Stars Cricket is a brand-new initiative from the England and Wales Cricket Board aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket, with centres running all across Middlesex …

 Programme features:

  • For all children aged five to eight
  • An emphasis on fun and being active
  • Focus on developing your child's movement skills
  • Great first introduction to cricket
  • Safe and fully accredited
  • Valuable time with your kids – mums and dads are encouraged to take part too
  • Easy online registration 

Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, water bottle, personalised shirt and cap all sent straight to your door.

With centres starting sessions early summer, click HERE to find a centre near to you 

Chance to Shine Street

Chance to Shine Street is bringing cricket to thousands of young people in inner-city areas. It uses the game to promote social cohesion and create opportunities in diverse communities affected by anti-social behavior and youth crime.

We feel that every child, no matter where they live, should have the opportunity to enjoy cricket. Chance to Shine Street is a counter for a lack of clubs and green spaces in inner-city areas and aims to make cricket accessible to young people throughout the country.

During the sessions young people play a fast-paced version of tape-ball cricket, using a tennis ball wrapped in electrical tape. Each innings lasts for 20 balls and games last for just 20 minutes. It needs very little cricket equipment and is ideal for inner-city venues.

Chance to Shine Street, formerly known as StreetChance, launched in 2008 to bring cricket to children in inner-city areas in London. In 2011/12, the programme was expanded to six more cities: Birmingham, Bristol, Dewsbury, Hull, Liverpool and Manchester.

It has now reached over 38,000 youngsters since 2008 and is taking cricket to new people in new areas that would otherwise miss out on the chance to play. 85% of participants since 2008 were not members of cricket clubs.

In 2012, the charity received a £1 million National Lottery grant from Sport England, which has allowed us to create sessions and run a national cricket league for 16-24 year olds.

Below are the boroughs and the contact details of the coaches that run Chance to Shine Street sessions, contact them to start playing today!

ECB City Cup

The ECB City Cup’s aims to engage young people living in inner cities throughout England, helping to retain young players who might otherwise been lost to the game due to; access issues, financial barriers or being late developers and therefore missing out on traditional performance pathways.

This competition offers an alternative pathway for young people with talent from inner city areas to access performance cricket in counties or via the MCC Young Crickets Programme.

•    You must be aged between 16 and 24 years old
•    You must not currently play in the Middlesex County Cricket League (Division1) Club
•    You must live or play in Middlesex

For more information about how you can get involved, please contact Pete Jones

Panther Communities


The Panthers Communities Project is designed to identify, train and develop local people to deliver and facilitate quality coaching and match play opportunities for their communities. Insight gained from the Junior Panther Pilot highlighted the need to identify role models and coaches from the communities in which the activity is targeted. This helps to breakdown cultural barriers, increase channels of communication and raise confidence for participants.

  1. To identify and train borough residents to achieve a Coach Support Worker award, Safeguarding Young Cricketers certification and First Aid training.
  2. To deploy the successful Coach Support Workers to assist at local community participation sessions to achieve a minimum of 20 hours applied coaching experience.
  3. To identify and train candidates from each Borough to achieve a Level 2 certification in cricket coaching for young people.
  4. To implement new community participation sessions led by the newly qualified Level 2 coaches, in order to grow cricket participation opportunities in their communities.
  5. To increase the number of local competitive match-play opportunities via low cost innovative formats.

Traineeships & Apprenticeships

Do you want to be part of the Middlesex Team?

Middlesex Traineeships are offered to 16 – 24 year olds and provides work placements via an intensive eight-week period. This placement period includes integrated technical training, further education support and provides important work place experience.

The Trainees are offered two programme pathways, Activity Leadership, which provides technical qualifications for event management and coaching or Business Admin, which offers applied practice to sports development monitoring systems and processes.

At the end of the placement period, the Middlesex Trainees are offered support to progress to further education courses, employment or apprenticeships with Middlesex Cricket.

The Middlesex Apprenticeships Programme offers a one year placement in Activity Leadership or Business Administration. Candidates have the opportunity to gain vital work place experience whilst studying for a diploma level qualification.

For more support on how you can be part of the team please contact Sharon Eyers at

Kit & Merchandise

Get the latest Middlesex playing kit, gifts and souvenirs here now!

With this season’s new playing kits, a comprehensive range of stylish leisurewear and a fantastic selection of Middlesex merchandise and gifts on offer, our brilliant new online store for all your Middlesex branded goods is available now!


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Middlesex Hospitality - enjoy the very best that cricket can offer

Either at Lord’s itself, or at any of the out-grounds Middlesex play at, we’ve a wide range of brilliant hospitality options available, both on match days and non-match days, to guarantee you, your guests and clients a memorable and lasting cricket hospitality experience.


An exciting year of cricketing dinners and lunch events with Middlesex

Join us at a number of dedicated cricket events throughout the year, at Lord’s and further afield, all offering a fantastic dining experience complimented by a wide variety of guest speakers from the world of cricket.