North Middlesex were facing a defeat when reduced to 58-5 chasing 256 to win, but they come through following a 200-run partnership
Experienced off-spinner makes temporary switch to the Ageas Bowl
The Shepherds Cot club are looking to start up a women’s cricket team soon with coach Lucy Pringle a key member behind the scheme
The two clubs appear evenly-matched after six games of top flight cricket in the new 2018 campaign
Joel Hughes’ team lost on Saturday at home to Richmond, but bounced back a day later to defeat Wycombe House by 13 runs
After losing by 43 runs at Southgate on Saturday, Brondesbury proved too strong in the Middlesex knock-out cup on Sunday
Keeping wicket against the Australians at Lord’s can be ticked off Robbie White’s bucket list – his next target is to find a way back into Middlesex’s four-day side.
Eoin Morgan insists his England side are putting the past to one side ahead of their Royal London One-Day International Series against Australia.
The Harman Drive club had a good couple of days in two different competitions with Nick Jones scoring an unbeaten hundred in the knock-out cup
The local community are involved to sample sporting games for adults and children at Shepherds Cot’s unique surroundings on June 24
Australia wrapped up their preparations for the one-day international series with England by beating Middlesex by 101 runs at Lord’s.
Johan de Silva is happy with the numbers the Shepherd’s Cot club are getting, but wants more parents to bring their children along
The Park Road side host second-placed Richmond on Saturday before taking on Wycombe House in the Middlesex knock-out cup a day later
The Harman Drive club are set for a busy weekend with a Middlesex knock-out cup clash at home to Hornsey coming up on Sunday
Johan de Silva looks back on Saturday’s loss to Ealing and the importance of the games coming up over next few weeks
Middlesex head coach Richard Scott paid tribute to Eoin Morgan and Paul Stirling after both hit centuries in their Royal London One-Day Cup win at Gloucestershire on Wednesday.
Royal London One-Day Cup South Group: Gloucestershire 289 a/o lost to Middlesex 322-3 by 33 runs
The Calthorpe club registered their fourth win in five league games on Saturday and will hope for more of the same this weekend
Muz Ali’s team had no answer to the batting exploits of the visiting batsmen and it proved the difference between the two teams
A lack of match-winning contributions from batsmen has blighted Middlesex’s latest Royal London One-day Cup campaign according to James Franklin.
The captain made his comeback following a back injury and saw numerous members of his starting XI produce a telling contribution
Middlesex batsman Stevie Eskinazi could not hide his frustration after his side’s Royal London One-Day Cup defeat against Surrey.
Tom Curran celebrated his latest England call-up by keeping alive Surrey’s Royal London One-Day Cup hopes at the expense of Middlesex at Lord’s.
Middlesex will use game against Australia on June 9 to help charity
The Calthorpe club have enjoyed a stunning start to life back in the Middlesex County League and don’t want it to stop
Joel Hughes’ team impressively defeated Finchley by 63 runs last weekend with Luke Hollman starring
Middlesex captain Steven Finn was left frustrated but proud after his side’s five-wicket loss to Hampshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup on Wednesday.
Reece Topley bowled Hampshire to the brink of the Royal London Cup’s knockout stages as they beat Middlesex by five wickets at Merchant Taylors’ School.
Johan de Silva praised the quality of opposition Hampstead after they defeated Muz Ali’s team by 59 runs at the weekend
After defeating South Hampstead last time out, North London will entertain Middlesex Tamil Sports & Social Club this weekend
England bowler Toby Roland-Jones believes playing disability cricket could be the perfect way for people to develop key life skills both on and off the pitch.
The early season pace-setters will host another unbeaten side on Saturday in the form of Stanmore
Spinner Ravi Patel is relishing the pressure as he attempts to bowl Middlesex into the Royal London One-day Cup knockout stages for the first time.
The Lymington Road club were struggling at one stage, but fought back well to sit at the top of the table after four games
North London’s women team captain Roxy Morison praised the display of the squad, but revealed they are keen to recruit more players
John Simpson says Middlesex just have to move on from their 53-run defeat against Somerset in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Middlesex coach Richard Scott hailed his side after a third successive win in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Paul Stirling defied a thigh injury which forced him to bat with a runner to score his second century in less than a week as Middlesex beat Sussex by 74 runs at Hove in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
After chasing down 333 to defeat local rivals North Middlesex last weekend, Muz Ali’s team will eye more success on Saturday
Pratik Patel is eager for the new boys to impress again in Division Three and show their class in the Bertie Joel Trophy on Sunday
Royal London One-Day Cup, South Group: Glamorgan (302-9) lose to Middlesex (304-6) by two runs
North London and South Hampstead will do battle this weekend in Division Three while Division Two outfit Hornsey visit Wycombe House
The N8 club failed to defend a total of 332 against their local rivals last weekend, but will aim to bounce back on Saturday against Finchley
Batsman opened against Essex, but came in at number three against Kent
The Shepherd’s Cot club chased down 333 against their local rivals at the weekend to win for the first time since promotion to the top flight
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