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Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that four young cricketers have extended their contracts, with all-rounder Martin Andersson, batsmen Joe Cracknell and Max Holden, and spinner Thilan Walallawita all signing new deals with the club.

England’s World Cup winning captains Eoin Morgan and Heather Knight will be leading London Spirit men and women in The Hundred next year, it has been announced.

Middlesex Cricket, the professional club that plays at Lord’s and governing body for the recreational game in north and west London, has announced its clear intent to improve cricket’s diversity within the county and make a greater contribution to social cohesion across the capital.

Middlesex’s talented crop of youngsters can expect more first-team opportunities in 2021 according to head coach Stuart Law.

North Middlesex captain James Parslow insists it has been exciting season despite being short and suffering cup final heartbreak in their final match of the season.

Shaheen Shah Afridi took four wickets in four balls as his five-wicket haul made sure Hampshire ended their horror Vitality Blast campaign with victory over Middlesex.

George Garton had a day to remember with four wickets and a match-winning cameo of 24 from just nine balls as Sussex Sharks beat Middlesex by three wickets to keep their quarter-final hopes alive in the Vitality Blast.

North Middlesex captain James Parslow says his side are excited to try and capture some more silverware when they come up against Ealing in the Middlesex Cup final this weekend.

Middlesex seal narrow victory over Kent

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Tom Helm was the bowling hero as Middlesex dented Kent’s Vitality Blast qualification hopes by landing a tense two-run win over the former south group leaders in Canterbury.

Brondesbury captain James Overy heaped praise on his bowling unit as they finished the Middlesex League Premier division season in style with a 10-wicket victory over Twickenham.

Hampstead chairman Nick Brown praised the team after putting in their best performance of the season to seal a 27-run victory over local rivals North Middlesex in front of a bumper crowd.

North Middlesex captain James Parslow is hoping his side can build some momentum from the final Middlesex League Premier Division fixture to take into the League Cup final.

Brondesbury captain James Overy is looking for his side to finish off the shortened 2020 season with a victory to prove they are capable of surviving in the Middlesex League Premier Division despite there not being any relegation this season.

All-rounder Martin Andersson feels he is still some way off establishing himself in the Middlesex side despite featuring in all their fixtures so far this season.

Hampstead chairman Nick Brown was extremely disappointed to see his side crash to a nine wicket defeat away to Richmond.

Unbeaten Essex confirmed their place in the Bob Willis Trophy final as South Group victors with an emphatic nine-wicket win over Middlesex.

Aaron Beard toppled the Middlesex top order after Adam Wheater’s chanceless 83 not out put Essex on course for the Bob Willis Trophy final,

Sam Cook returned season-best figures as Essex’s Bob Willis Trophy final hopes remained on track despite 15 wickets falling on day one at the Cloudfm County Ground, Chelmsford.

Ben Foakes and Jamie Smith put together a high-quality unbroken 93-run stand as Surrey beat London rivals Middlesex by six wickets in an otherwise unexpectedly low-scoring affair at the Kia Oval to go second in the Vitality Blast’s south group.

North Middlesex youngster Luke Hollman and team-mate Joe Cracknell missed out on club action this week as they both had the honour of being selected in the Middlesex squad for their Vitality Blast T20 clashes at Lord’s.

Brondesbury captain James Overy hailed an “unbelievable” victory in the league on Saturday before falling short in the cup semi-final to North Middlesex on Bank Holiday Monday.

Hampstead chairman Nick Brown dubbed their narrow one-run victory over Crouch End as ‘the best game of the season’.

David Wiese’s magnificent unbeaten 79 saw Sussex beat hosts Middlesex by three wickets in a thrilling Vitality Blast clash at Lord’s.

North Middlesex captain James Parslow says they’re taking it one match at a time as they look to retain their Middlesex League Premier Division title.

Hampstead cricket chairman Nick Brown praised his side’s bowling and fielding performance while criticising the batting efforts after their six-wicket victory over Finchley.

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