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Women & Girls Cricket

Women and girls cricket in Middlesex continues to be an exciting growth area, with more schools taking part in our girls coaching and competitions, and more clubs offering competitive cricket opportunities for girls from U11 to U15, and open age group women's cricket.

With two flagship competitive leagues - the Middlesex Women's Cricket Championship for women's cricket and the Seaxe League for girls cricket - and our ever popular B20 cricket product offering fun, easy access cricket playing opportunities there really is something for everyone in Middlesex, from absolute beginner to county cricketer.

Women's Softball Festivals in 2017

Calling all women to cricket this summer...

To celebrate the Women's World Cup being held in England this season, the ECB in partnership with County Boards are launching 180 FREE women only soft ball festivals across the country, SEVEN of which are running in Middlesex at a local club near you.

What is it?

Fast, fun and fabulous cricket played with a soft ball. A game for all abilities and experiences.

What do you need to bring?

Nothing, all the equipment is provided. There will be, activities for children, parking, changing rooms, music and food available. There is no dress code, you can play in whatever you feel comfortable in.

Who is it for?

The festivals are for everyone. You can sign up individually or as a team. Tell everyone you know, sister, mum, daughter, auntie, grandma, neighbour and become part of a really exciting country wide programme.

Please note – U18’s will need to be in a team with a responsible adult. 

Where are they being held?

The festivals are being held at Finchley CC, NPL Teddington, Actonians CC, Harrow CC, Totteridge CC, Pinner CC and Richmond CC on the following dates:

  • Finchley CC - Friday 23rd June, 5.30pm to 9.30pm
  • NPL Teddington - Saturday 24th June, 12.30pm to 6.30pm
  • Actonians CC - Sunday 2nd July - 12.30pm to 7.00pm 
  • Harrow CC - Sunday 9th July, 11.00am to 5.00pm
  • Totteridge CC - Saturday 15th July, 9.45am to 3.00pm
  • Pinner CC - Tuesday 18th July, 5.30pm to 9.30pm
  • Richmond CC - Thursday 20th July, 5.30pm to 9.30pm

Where can I sign up?

Click on the links to the clubs below to access the sign up pages for each festival venue, we look forward to seeing you soon for what promises to be a brilliant summer of cricket!








About TeamUp

Between 2017 and 2019 England will be host to three consecutive women's World Cups – Cricket in 2017, Hockey in 2018 and Netball in 2019. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), England Hockey and England Netball have launched TeamUp, a three year campaign to maximise the legacy of the World Cups and build a broader fan base for women's team sports.

This is a unique time for Women’s Sport and as such, there are great opportunities for both supporters of Women’s Sport and for Schools to become a TeamUp School and encourage girls’ early experiences of team sports.  For more information, click HERE

Girls Cricket (Under 16)

Middlesex Cricket delivers or supports the delivery of a wide range of opportunities for girls to learn to play cricket outside of the club environment.


There are two girls-only Chance to Shine Street projects that run in Middlesex. Projects are located where there is no local offering of girls-only cricket in an effort to ensure that there is cricket available for all girls in Middlesex. Visit Community page for more details.


Middlesex work with clubs and community projects across Middlesex to use schools coaching to encourage girls to play the sport, compete, and make the transition from school sport to clubs and leagues. Delivery of school activity is done by a combination of Middlesex coaches and coaches from local clubs. Visit Schools page for more details. 


Competitions form a critical part of the schools programme in Middlesex. For many girls this will be the culmination of their involvement in the schools programme, while for others it marks a step between their school experience and joining a local cricket club.

Visit the Schools page for more information about mixed and girls only competitions.


Girls club cricket in Middlesex continues to grow from strength to strength. To find a local club that offers girls cricket, go to our find-a-club page, and use the Women and Girls filter: FIND A CLUB.


Seaxe Club girls

The Seaxe League offers girls club cricket competition as part of the wider Middlesex Colts Association competitions. The league is run at U11 (pairs incrediball), U13 and U15 (both hardball), split into two regionalised divisions. Games last 20 overs and typically run on Sunday mornings or mid-week evenings. 

Lady Taverners

The Lady Taverners Club Cup Competitions at U13 and U15 are overseen and administrated by the Lady Taverners. More information about this national competition can be found here: Lady Taverners Girls

Womens Cricket


The Middlesex Women’s Cricket Championship is the Middlesex Cricket run league for women’s cricket clubs in Middlesex. The league emphasises participation and getting games played. A T20 league, games are organised on mutually convenient days of the week or weekend to allow clubs to fit the league around their players’ needs.

The MWCC games are played in coloured kit and with a pink ball to optimise visibility during evening games. The league is split into two regional divisions, the East Middlesex Division and the West Middlesex Divisions. The winners of these leagues progress to the county final.


Clubs in Middlesex also compete in:

To find a local club that offers Women’s cricket visit our Find-A-Club page.

B20 Cricket


B20 is the introductory club offer for girls in Middlesex. Leading on from B20 in schools competition (visit our Schools page for more information), B20 consists of 6 sessions for girls at the club environment.

A 6-a-side format, B20 is played with an incrediball and is very quickfire – each innings lasts just 20 balls and the focus is on participation and having fun! County Age Group cricketers are encourages to take up a leadership role at clubs taking part in B20 - as assistant coaches, officials and ambassadors.


B20 Cricket is an intra-club competition and training opportunity. A single-venue session, host clubs run sessions featuring match play opportunities and skill development. A 6-a-side competition, B20 is played with an incrediball or a cricket ball and is very quickfire – each innings lasts just 20 balls and the focus is on participation and having fun!  B20 is a brilliant way to begin the formation of a women’s cricket side and improve the social atmosphere  

Performance Cricket

The girls’ performance pathway fits alongside the wider performance pathway, which can be downloaded to the right.


Regional Cricket is overseen by Middlesex Cricket and volunteers from the two Seaxe League regions.  Regional cricket is competed at U10, U12 and U14. Girls are invited to trial for their region at the end of the summer term, and play 3 games in September alongside an inside trail. This is the only selection route for County Age Group cricket at U11, U13 and U15.

For information about how to nominate a girl to regional cricket email Rory Coutts


Middlesex run County Age Group squads at U11, U13, U15 and U19, details in the downloadable player pathway document (right).

For information about the Middlesex CCC senior women’s squad and programme visit the Middlesex Women's Fixtures page and the Middlesex Women's Squad page.

To enquire about trials for U19 and senior women’s squads contact Rory Coutts

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!


Middlesex Membership - unbeatable value, unbeatable benefits – Get it now!

With no waiting list, an array of benefits unrivalled by any other county, a wide selection of categories on offer, and all available at exceptional rates, there’s a Middlesex membership to suit everyone. Buy it now and make Lord’s, the Home of Cricket, your home too.


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.