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Hampstead CC’s former Middlesex wicketkeeper Ben Scott has been included in the MCC squad to tour Japan during the next 10 days.

Roy Keane during a book launch at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

Lord’s Cricket Ground in St John’s Wood is preparing to host its second Sports Writing Festival from Thursday October 23 to Sunday October 26.

England visually impaired captain Matt Dean

London Metro cricketer Matt Dean is aiming for glory when he leads England’s visually impaired side to South Africa for the Blind World Cup next month.

The team captained by Jason Gallian beat Dean Headley's team in the final as South Hampstead Cricket Club hosted their annual charity day

A sunny September day on Sunday provided the perfect backdrop for the annual Paul Daisley Trust charity cricket tournament at South Hampstead Cricket Club.

Dawid Malan, Middlesex

Chris Rogers seems to save his very best performances for when we’re in real trouble – and Taunton last week was a classic example.

Gareth Berg, Middlesex.

Middlesex are set to make the all-rounder’s position their top priority when they begin reshaping the squad for next season.

Ravi Patel, Middlesex

It’s been disappointing for me to miss the last two matches, but you can always accept being left out if the reasons are valid.

Dawid Malan top scored in Middlesex's second innings with 46

Middlesex slid deeper into relegation trouble after they were beaten by Durham in their final home match of the County Championship season.

Nick Gubbins batting for Middlesex. Pic: Sarah Williams

Conventional wisdom dictates that any team’s ideal batting order should comprise a mixture of left and right-handers as a means of disturbing the bowlers’ rhythm.

Dawid Malan, Middlesex

It’s not quite over yet, but I don’t honestly think Yorkshire can be stopped from winning the County Championship title.

Hornsey captain Michael Philipson took 4-2 with the ball and then hit an unbeaten 36 against Richmond, but his side were relegated. Pic: Max Flego

Hornsey’s three-year stay in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County League ended on Saturday as the Crouch End outfit were relegated.

Hampstead's ladies celebrate. Pic: Tom Roberts

Hampstead’s ladies finished fourth in the North London Women’s League after a strong performance against Wanstead at Lymington Road.

Freddie Fairhead hits out for Hampstead. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Hampstead’s disappointing Premier Division season ended in a defeat away at Twickenham, leaving the 2013 champions sixth in the final standings.

Highgate's Chris Arul hits out. Pic: Max Flego

Chris Arul hammered an unbeaten century as Highgate overcame the Tamils by seven wickets to round off their Division Three season on a triumphant note.

North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll. Pic: Max Flego

North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll is confident that his side are capable of a league title success in the coming years.

Tim Murtagh in action for Middlesex. Pic: Sarah Williams

Tim Murtagh is content to sacrifice next week’s one-day international series as he concentrates on spearheading Middlesex’s battle for top-flight survival.

Ravi Patel, Middlesex

The way the schedule of the county season pans out, there are periods in the fixture list which are extremely congested.

North Middlesex's Ethan Bamber

Fifteen-year-old seamer Ethan Bamber enjoyed a dream Premier League debut as North Middlesex overcame neighbours Hornsey and left their visitors staring at relegation.

South Hampstead captain James Williams. Pic: Max Flego

South Hampstead still have work to do to preserve their status in the Middlesex County League on the final day after a narrow defeat at Barnes.

Mubasher Hassan was the top scorer in the match with 64 as Hampstead beat Finchley. Pic: Max Flego

Hampstead gave up their Middlesex County Cricket League title on Saturday as Teddington took the Premier Division crown – but they beat struggling Finchley by 15 runs.

Dawid Malan, Middlesex

Captaining a team at Lord’s for the first time when we played the Indians was very enjoyable, even if it was a bit unexpected.

Sam Robson. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Middlesex captain Chris Rogers believes that Sam Robson won’t have any issues adjusting from Test cricket back to the county circuit.

Hornsey's Ed Wharton took 6-45 in Saturday's defeat against the new league leaders, Teddington. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Hornsey gave Premier Division title challengers Teddington a scare at Tivoli Road, but a narrow 14-run defeat keeps them in the bottom two while their visitors rose to the top of the table.

Ed Atkins bats for Highgate. Pic: Max Flego

Highgate’s destiny remains in their own hands despite suffering a nine-wicket thrashing by Division Three promotion rivals Wembley and dropping to third in the table.

Hampstead captain Steve Clark was the top scorer with a half-century, but a losing draw against Ealing effectively ended his side's chances of retaining their crown. Pic: Max Flego

Hampstead’s title defence is all but over after a losing draw in a rain-affected match against fellow championship contenders Ealing left them 16 points off the top with just two games left.

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