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Middlesex CCC

Middlesex CCC

Middlesex County Cricket Club is one of the 18 major county clubs which make up the English and Welsh domestic cricket structure. The club plays most of its home games at Lord's in St John's Wood, but also plays some games at the Uxbridge Cricket Club Ground. It's one day game name is Middlesex Panther.


Nick Compton likens Middlesex title triumph to the Arsenal Invincibles

The county champions went through the whole season unbeaten, much like the Gunners side did in that campaign

Middlesex win the County Championship as Toby Roland-Jones hat-trick seals win over Yorkshire

Championship trophy returns to Lord's for the first time since 1993

Nick Gubbins blasts magnificent century as Middlesex and Yorkshire play out tight first day of County Championship decider

County Championship day one: Middlesex 208/5 against Yorkshire (Yet to bat)

Middlesex dealt blow as Brendon McCullum ruled out of crunch Natwest T20 Blast quarter final against Northamptonshire

The former New Zealand captain has been forced to withdraw from the match in Northampton because of an ongoing back injury that requires surgery

Middlesex need to keep their feet on the ground, despite fighting on three fronts

County have chance for quarter final spot in both T20 and One Day Cup whilst they also sit top of the County Championship heading into the season's final weeks

Middlesex's Tom Helm opens up on his injury woes

Latest setback came after missing much of last season through injury too

Middlesex paceman Toby Roland-Jones speaks out on England Test call

The 28-year-old Ashford born bowler has been in fine form through the season has taken 30 wickets so far at an average of just under 30

Middlesex draw with Lancashire but there's delight for best mates Nick Gubbins and Stevie Eskinazi

Weather and pitch prevent positive result as Middlesex have better of draw

Win tickets to see Middlesex vs Glamorgan in the Natwest T20 Blast at Richmond

We have 10 pairs of tickets up for grabs for Middlesex vs Glamorgan in the Natwest T20 Blast at Richmond on July 8

England new boy and Middlesex star Dawid Malan reveals what happened after he received his first international call-up

The 28-year-old, who captains Middlesex's T20 side, has been in fine form this summer and has been rewarded by being called into the senior squad for the first time

Middlesex extend paceman Toby Roland-Jones' contract to 2019

Roland-Jones, 28, has been in impressive form for Middlesex this season and is the club’s leading wicket-taker across all forms of the game, with 32 wickets already to his name

Middlesex bowler Tom Helm ruled out for the rest of the season after ankle injury

Helm slipped whilst fielding a ball on the fine leg boundary during the game, a fall that caused him to leave the field and prevent him from bowling

Dawid Malan receives first England call-up after impressive summer for Middlesex

The county's T20 captain had an excellent England Lions tour earlier this year against Pakistan A in the United Arab Emirates

Middlesex keen to continue out-ground policy after three successful trips to Uxbridge, Merchant Taylors and Radlett

County staff worked hard behind the scenes to ensure the games at Uxbridge, Merchant Taylors’ School at Northwood, and Radlett went ahead smoothly

Middlesex's Paul Stirling up for the challenge of flicking between the Natwest T20 Blast and Royal London One Day Cup

Stirling made 60 on Thursday when his team lost their first NatWest T20 Blast match of the season to Gloucestershire, who secured a four-wicket win off the penultimate ball at Northwood

How Middlesex claimed a superb innings and 116 run victory over woeful Hampshire at Merchant Taylors' School to end out-ground hoodoo

When they beat Leicestershire at Southgate in September 2007 a bank known as Northern Rock received a bail out, while a new gadget called the iPhone was just three months old

WIN fantastic day of test match cricket at Lords for England vs Sri Lanka

The day to remember at the Lord’s Cricket Ground will complete with a pair of test match tickets and a hospitality hamper for two

Dawid Malan eager to see improved Twenty20 showing for Middlesex

The shortest form of the game has been a problem for the county since they triumphed in the 2008 edition as they have not emerged from the group stage since then

How Lyle Taylor was transformed into the AFC Wimbledon goal machine

Taylor, who has now scored 22 goals this year, has attributed much of the transformation in his footballing fortunes to former Middlesex cricketer Sylvester.

WIN fantastic hospitality tickets to Natwest T20 Blast cricket in Uxbridge and Northwood

You could be wined and dined while watching Middlesex take on Hampshire in this tournament

Win Natwest T20 Blast tickets to see Middlesex take on Hampshire in Uxbridge or Northwood

Thanks to Middlesex County Cricket Club, 10 lucky readers will win a pair of tickets see these international cricket superstars in Uxbridge or Northwood

Test your bowling speed and passing prowess at riverside sports festival in Isleworth

People of all ages and abilities can get advice from the experts in rugby, cricket and cycling on this Saturday

Middlesex captain Adam Voges discusses a life first and the value of a spinner after draw with Durham

Australian batsman Adam Voges saw snow for the first time in his life at Chester-le-Street this week, and the 35-year-old Middlesex captain is hoping it is not an experience that will be repeated when his team take on Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl, starting on Sunday.

England return not entering Sam Robson's mind after record-breaking week for Middlesex against Warwickshire

Twin centuries for opener leads to talk of an international recall

Sam Robson enjoys another record-breaking day as Middlesex draw with Yorkshire

Action and reaction from day four at Lord's

Warwickshire's Jonathan Trott

Jonathan Trott scores a double hundred to set up tense final day between Middlesex and Warwickshire

The fifth double-century of Jonathan Trott’s storied career – as well as a fine all-round display from Keith Barker - saw Warwickshire turn a position of weakness into a chance of victory going into the final day at Lord’s.

Sam Robson reflects on his glorious 175 not out as Middlesex enjoy better of the opening day against Warwickshire

By the close, he had 175 fluent, attractive, unbeaten runs. Perhaps, with plenty of spots up for grabs in England’s batting line-up, Robson could yet stake a claim for a recall

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