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The Maurice Rebak Stadium club go into tonight’s away match with more confidence after two encouraging draws of late

Glasgow Rocks spoilt Justin Robinson’s Brixton homecoming with a dominant victory over the London Lions.

The Maurice Rebak Stadium club lost 1-0 in the quarter-finals of the Velocity Trophy on Tuesday, but pushed Billericay Town all the way

Darts legends back Prostate Cancer UK bid

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Darting royalty Dennis Priestley, Martin Adams and Bobby George have stepped up to the oche in the fight against prostate cancer, attending an exclusive event at a pub that has signed up as a Men United Arms venue in London.

After the heartbreak and controversy surrounding the relegation of Middlesex from the Specsavers County Championship Division One in the summer, the club are looking to bounce back at the first opportunity next year.

The Ashes: England duo impress on day one

Thursday, November 23, 2017

James Vince blunted the much-hyped Australia attack but fell foul of England’s new number one enemy Nathan Lyon just when he was all set to tame the Gabba on a rain-hit day one of the Ashes.

Middlesex County Cricket Club have responded to the controversial decision to deduct the club two points that effectively relegated them from Division One of the county championship.

Bostik Premier: Metropolitan Police 2 (Kealy 16, 28) Wingate & Finchley 0

Essex’s Alastair Cook and Dawid Malan, of Middlesex, have been named in England’s squad for the winter Ashes tour.

Wickets continued to tumble on an overcast day at Lord’s as Middlesex gained a slight advantage on a match destined to end within three days if the weather holds.

Special credit for Middlesex’s Morgan

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Transitioning from county to international cricket is no simple task, and Tom Curran believes England one-day captain Eoin Morgan must take a whole host of credit for the welcoming feeling he received.

With just three championship matches remaining title-holders Middlesex can still hear the relegation trapdoor creaking beneath them.

The final day of the Specsavers County Championship match between Yorkshire and Middlesex at Headingley saw only one session of play, with the inevitable draw confirmed.

Middlesex and Yorkshire will almost certainly have to settle for a Specsavers County Championship draw following rain on day one and more rain and bad light from early afternoon onwards at Headingley on day three.

If Middlesex batsman Sam Robson has set himself targets between now and the end of the season that might earn him an England recall he’s keeping them to himself.

There was a far more serious type of drama at a Middlesex game on Thursday – after armed police were called to their County Championship match against Surrey at the Kia Oval – leading to players, officials and spectators being evacuated after a crossbow bolt landed close on the pitch.

The 29-year-old was praised by captain Joe Root and team-mate Chris Woakes after his fifty against the West Indies

Middlesex seamer Toby Roland-Jones was pleased with how his side bounced back on day two of their County Championship match with Surrey at The Oval.

Jason Roy and Ben Foakes both scored superb 70s to earn Surrey a slim first-innings lead in a hard-fought London derby at the Kia Oval.

Stuart Meaker spearheaded an impressive performance by the Surrey attack as Middlesex were hustled out for 247 on the first day of their Specsavers Championship match at the Kia Oval.

Head coach Scott hoping for upturn in form

Key men Adam Voges, Sam Robson and Paul Sterling are all available to feature in Monday’s four-day contest

A butcher who attacked and raped a woman in Camden has been sentenced to life imprisonment.

Captain reflects on loss to Warwickshire

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