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Middlesex batsman Max Holden admitted it felt special to score his first century for the club at Lord’s on Wednesday.

Max Holden completed a maiden first-class century in Middlesex colours on a day when he and another of the county’s bright young things shone against Derbyshire at Lord’s.

Young Gloucestershire opener Miles Hammond registered his second first-class hundred of the season as the Specsavers County Championship match against Middlesex ended in a draw at Bristol.

Middlesex bowler James Fuller felt the third day of their County Championship Division Two clash at Gloucestershire had gone according to plan.

Cricket: Bamber hails Middlesex attack

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Teenage Middlesex seamer Ethan Bamber felt his side had done well to hold Gloucestershire to 208-7 on day one of their County Championship Division Two clash in Bristol.

Cricket: Dent defiance holds up Middlesex

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Chris Dent continued his fine form, top-scoring with 82 as Gloucestershire closed on 208-7 on day one of the Specsavers County Championship match against Second Division promotion hopefuls Middlesex at Bristol.

Middlesex’s Ethan Bamber departed from his family’s well-worn path into the film industry in favour of sporting adventure.

County Championship Division Two: Northamptonshire 346 & 184 lost to Middlesex 187 & 374 by 31 runs

A fine bowling display from Northamptonshire’s seamers forced Middlesex to follow-on at Wantage Road on the second day of their Division Two match.

Middlesex’s James Harris grabbed five wickets on day one of his side’s County Championship match at Wantage Road as Northants ended on 332-8.

Middlesex won a thrilling match by just 18 runs against leaders Warwickshire in the final session of day three at Lord’s.

Two wickets in three balls from Middlesex’s Tim Murtagh moments before lunch on day three put pressure on Warwickshire as they hunt a victory target of 203 runs.

Late wickets in the final few overs at the end of day two appear to have cost Middlesex a chance of posting Warwickshire a challenging winning target.

Middlesex lead by 49 runs after they rallied against Warwickshire to reach 89-1 at tea on day two of their County Championship Division Two at a stifling Lord’s on Monday afternoon.

Middlesex made inroads into the Warwickshire batting during the morning session on day two of the County Championship match at Lord’s – as wicketkeeper John Simpson took three catches to leave the visitors on 248-8 at lunch.

Fourteen wickets fell with nearly 400 runs scored on day one of the Division Two County Championship match at Lord’s between Middlesex and Warwickshire on Sunday.

Richard Scott, head coach at Middlesex County Cricket Club has left the club.

Kent all-rounder Grant Stewart blasted a maiden first-class century from only 71 balls to leave Middlesex with a mountain to climb at the mid-point of their pink ball Specsavers County Championship clash at Canterbury.

A determined and dogged Middlesex reduced Kent to 193-8 at ‘tea’ at the end of the second session of their day/night match on Monday, despite a 51 run seventh wicket partnership between former Seaxe Harry Podmore and Adam Rouse.

Middlesex’s bowlers showed fight on the third morning of their County Championship match with Leicestershire at a sunny Grace Road on Friday.

Middlesex’s Paul Stirling says they need a strong start to day three of their County Championship Division Two clash with Leicestershire if they are to force their way back into the contest.

Leicestershire’s bowlers drove home the advantage after their batsmen, led by a first-class career best 196 not out by Colin Ackermann, posted an imposing first innings score in their Specsavers County Championship match against Middlesex at the Fischer County Ground, Grace Road.

Murtagh happy with Middlesex haul

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Middlesex bowler Tim Murtagh was happy to pick up a five-wicket haul on the first day of their County Championship Division Two match at Leicestershire.

An outstanding unbeaten 151 from Leicestershire’s Colin Ackermann, his second century in the championship this season, left Middlesex under pressure at the end of the first day of their Specsavers County Championship match at the Fischer County Ground.

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