The Middlesex Members' Group has been introduced to help aid the flow of information throughout the club for 2019 onwards.
The group of six club members, who have all volunteered their time to help the club improve communications from top to bottom, will work closely with club officials to ensure that key club messages and information is effectively and transparently disseminated to the membership at large.
The group will also have a direct line straight to the Middlesex Executive Board, in order to be able to provide answers to any members’ questions or issues that arise in a timely fashion, and will meet at regular points throughout the year to ensure that the process continues to yield the best results for the club’s members.
In addition to this, at selected matches throughout the season, members of the club’s Executive Board will be available in the Middlesex Room to answer members’ questions in person, providing a relaxed forum in which to discuss any issues of concern face to face. The dates of these Q&A events will be publicised when confirmed.
Great to see the Middlesex squad in good spirits and finding some new and innovative ways to train whilst at home!
Today the club launched its three new Nike playing kits for the 2020 season
An update from Angus Fraser on Middlesex Cricket's player training programme in the coming weeks given the current COVID-19 pandemic
Steven Finn reflects on Middlesex's twelve year absence at Blast Finals Day since the club won the trophy back in 2008
We are delighted to announce that Mehboob Elahi and Preetinder Singh will represent their countries at next month's Over 50's World Cup
We are delighted to welcome Mitchell Marsh to the club for our 2020 Vitality Blast campaign
We are delighted to announce that Dimi Mascarenhas has re-signed as Specialist t20 Bowling Coach for 2020 and 2021
Ahead of the a trip to La Manga in Murcia, Head of Youth Cricket, Rory Coutts, brings us up to speed with how the squad are preparing