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JOE CRACKNELL

North Middlesex and Hampstead had players in the Timed Cricket and Limited Overs Cricket teams of the season

The Park Road club reached two finals and finished third, but will look to kick on next year

Middlesex League Cup final: Richmond (261-6) beat North Middlesex (257-7) by four wickets

Joel Hughes’ team visit Old Deer Park looking to make it four wins in a row

Captain Joel Hughes claimed 6-54 to dismiss the hosts for 202 after Evan Flowers had scored 108 in a total of 307-6

Joel Hughes wants his team to try and complete the double over the 2017 league champions, but is expecting a close encounter

The Park Road club made it three unbeaten in the top flight with a seven-wicket win last weekend

After chasing down 333 to defeat local rivals North Middlesex last weekend, Muz Ali’s team will eye more success on Saturday

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

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

Every match in the Premier Division, Division Two and Division Three was abandoned after rain descended on north London

North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll has already set his sights on the league title in 2018, after lifting the Middlesex Cup at the weekend.

Local club avoid the drop, as Southgate suffer relegation after five-wicket loss at Hampstead

North Middlesex triumphed in both Middlesex Premier Division and Middlesex KO Cup

North Midd stunned by Stanmore

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

North Middlesex slumped to defeat against bottom club Stanmore in their Middlesex League Premier Division meeting.

Nicoll’s men maintain strong start in Middlesex League

Season’s best score helps secure Middlesex League Premier Division win

Pivotal month coming up for Park Road club, but confidence is high, especially with wicket-keeper Charlie MacLeod in great form

Park Road club moved up to third in Premier Division before qualifying for T20 finals day with two wins on Monday

Stand-in captain Joel Hughes reflects on loss at Teddington and need to bounce back this weekend

Double delight for North Middlesex

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

League and cup success for Nicoll’s men

Club get Premier Division season off to good start

Nicoll wants to hit ground running in league opener

Nicoll targets top spot in Premier League

North Middlesex batsman Evan Flowers is thrilled that the club’s policy of developing and promoting homegrown players has been rewarded as the fight for the Middlesex County League title goes down to the final day.

North Middlesex captain Tom Nicoll is urging his players to put cricket first and prioritise the club’s title bid – and he has led by example, cancelling a trip to Amsterdam this weekend.

North Middlesex are just eight points off the top in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County League after beating league leaders Richmond and recording their fifth victory in a row.

Joel Hughes hit a winning four in the final over as North Middlesex completed the double over Hampstead and moved 17 points clear of their hosts and the relegation zone in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County Cricket League.

North Middlesex find themselves just one point above the relegation zone in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County League after their latest failure with the bat resulted in a defeat against leaders Ealing.

Joel Hughes took seven wickets for North Middlesex in a thrilling draw in the Premier Division of the Middlesex County League, with both teams going into the final over with a shot at victory.

A weakened North Middlesex side appeared to be staring defeat in the face as they hosted reigning champions Hampstead in their Middlesex County League Premier Division opener – but they fought back in the final hour to gain a dramatic victory.

Skipper Tom Nicoll has challenged North Middlesex’s top-order batsmen to give last season’s talisman Evan Flowers more support as the Crouch End club bid to maintain their progress in the Premier Division.

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