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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

England's World Cup winning captain Eoin Morgan returned to Finchley Cricket Club last Thursday as part of the World Cup trophy tour.

Middlesex must add more experience to their squad if they are to reverse their slide down the Specsavers County Championship table next season, according to head coach Stuart Law.

Martin Andersson is both delighted and relieved to know he can live without the all-rounder tag while he battles back from a career-threatening injury.

Ethan Bamber claimed a maiden five-wicket haul for Middlesex as their match with Derbyshire ended in a draw at Lord's.

Dawid Malan and Billy Godleman joined something of an exclusive club as the game between Middlesex and Derbyshire meandered towards a draw on day three at Lord's.

Derbyshire's Luis Reece claimed a 50th Championship wicket of the season on a day when only 52 balls were possible in the Specsavers County Champion fixture with Middlesex at Lord's.

Sam Robson and Dawid Malan hit half-centuries as Middlesex built a solid platform on a truncated first day against Derbyshire at Lord's.

James Harris has no plans to reinvent himself as a batting all-rounder despite - by his own admission - an undistinguished campaign with the ball.

Middlesex captain Dawid Malan lamented his side's batting struggles following their loss at Lancashire.

Lancashire celebrated with the Division Two trophy after completing a 104-run defeat of Middlesex at the end of the best game of four-day cricket seen at Emirates Old Trafford this season.

Middlesex bowler Ethan Bamber was happy to contribute as Lancashire lost late wickets at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Middlesex claimed five wickets in a dramatic evening session at Emirates Old Trafford as they sought to inflict a first championship defeat on the soon-to-be crowned Division Two champions Lancashire.

A quite extraordinary day's cricket at Emirates Old Trafford saw Middlesex recover from their overnight 39-6 thanks to Lancashire-born John Simpson, who made an unbeaten 167 not out.

Middlesex suffered another batting collapse on day one of their County Championship Division Two clash with Lancashire at Old Trafford.

Cricket: Middlesex seek better batting

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Middlesex may be forced to seek batting reinforcements to revive their on-field fortunes - but there will be no wholesale cull this winter.

Brydon Carse produced a career-best six-wicket haul as Durham beat Middlesex by 44 runs at Lord's.

Cricket: North London women enjoy big win

Thursday, September 12, 2019

North London women enjoyed a 10-wicket win over Finchley Gunns in their Middlesex League meeting.

James Haris admitted Middlesex were 'really happy' with their position after day two of the County Championship Division Two match with Durham.

Cricket: Middlesex set for tricky run chase

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Angus Robson's first Durham half-century enabled the visitors to set Middlesex a tricky target of 196 for victory in their low-scoring County Championship clash at Lord's.

A final day victory for Hampstead saw them finish as runners-up in the Middlesex County Cricket League Premier Division.

South Hampstead sealed a 50 run victory over Perivale Phoneicians on the final day to be crowned champions of the Middlesex Championship Division One.

Middlesex bowler Steven Finn remained positive after seeing 17 wickets fall on the first day of their match with Durham.

Ben Raine and Steven Finn led the clatter of wickets as bowlers ran amok on the first day of the Specsavers County Championship clash between Middlesex and Durham at Lord's.

Brondesbury captain James Overy believes his side's promotion back to the Middlesex League Premier Division can be the start of something special.

North Middlesex captain Joel Hughes has described his side's Middlesex League Premier Division title win as a dream come true.

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