After performing well in 2021, Joe was a main-stay in Middlesex’s white-ball sides last summer – playing in both the Vitality Blast and Royal London Cup. He scored one half-century in the Royal London Cup – making 71 against Sussex Sharks in the final match of the campaign. In the Vitality Blast, Joe’s top-score was 68 and the 22-year-old was the Club’s joint second-highest run-scorer in the competition.
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Interview provided by the ECB Reporters Network.
Kevin Hand caught up with Joe Cracknell and Mark Stoneman following our five-wicket win over Yorkshire Vikings in our final Metro Bank One-Day Cup match at Radlett Cricket Club.
Kevin Hand caught up with Joe Cracknell following our opening Metro Bank One-Day Cup match against Hampshire in Southampton, where our hosts won by 18 runs on DLS.
We caught up with Joe Cracknell following our defeat to Glamorgan in the Vitality Blast at Merchant Taylors' School.
Ben Kosky of the ECB Reporters Network caught up with Joe Cracknell, to talk through his new role behind the stumps in the Royal London Cup side.
Match report provided by ECB reporters network.
We caught up with Joe Cracknell ahead of the summer to hear his thoughts on 2021, playing with guys he grew up with and what his hopes are for 2022.
We are thrilled to announce that Joe Cracknell has signed a long-term extension to his contract with the Club.