Jasmine Liddell hit three off the final ball to earn Highbury Grove’s Under-15 team joint second place in the Middlesex girls’ competition at Finchley.
Liyah Robinson held her nerve to secure a nail-biting victory as Highbury Grove School’s Under-13 girls booked their place in the inter-borough indoor tournament.
England captain Matt Dean says his team have learned a great deal from their experience at the Blind World Cup despite defeat in the semi-finals.
Middlesex are closing in on another two new signings after persuading Australian batsman Adam Voges to return to Lord’s as their new four-day captain.
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.
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 country’s best blind cricketers demonstrated their skills at North London Cricket Club on Saturday in the county T20 finals.
Chris Rogers seems to save his very best performances for when we’re in real trouble – and Taunton last week was a classic example.
Middlesex are set to make the all-rounder’s position their top priority when they begin reshaping the squad for next season.
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.
Middlesex slid deeper into relegation trouble after they were beaten by Durham in their final home match of the County Championship season.
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.
It’s not quite over yet, but I don’t honestly think Yorkshire can be stopped from winning the County Championship title.
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 is confident that his side are capable of a league title success in the coming years.
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.
The way the schedule of the county season pans out, there are periods in the fixture list which are extremely congested.
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.
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.
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.
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.
North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll has hailed his side’s “unbelievable” transformation after they secured Premier Division status with a sixth win in eight games.
I was ecstatic to be picked for the England Lions recently, but there is still a way to go before I can think about playing international cricket.
Hornsey slipped further off the pace in the relegation battle after being skittled for just 65 runs in a heavy defeat away at Hampstead.
North Middlesex took a giant step towards securing their Premier Division safety as a fifth successive home win took them 14 points clear of the drop zone.