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4th May 2016
Jimmy Adams and Adam Wheater both registered half-centuries to ensure Hampshire drew their Specsavers County Championship Division One clash against Middlesex at the Ageas Bowl. News
3rd May 2016
Dawid Malan helped Middlesex into a first-innings lead against Hampshire with an attacking century on day three of their Specsavers County Championship Division One match at the Ageas Bowl. News
2nd May 2016
Middlesex batsman Dawid Malan staged a batting comeback at the Ageas Bowl after the visiting county lost early wickets to leave their Specsavers County Championship Division One game with Hampshire in the balance. News
1st May 2016
Michael Carberry scored his first Specsavers County Championship century since September 2014 – but was overshadowed by a freak head injury to Middlesex captain Adam Voges as Hampshire were 315 for seven at stumps.
David Clark
28th April 2016
Former Middlesex and England captain Mike Brearley is the focus of our third Cult Hero feature. Get involved in the Cult Hero debate on Twitter, telling @CountyChamp what your favourite Brearley moment is using the #CultHeroes hashtag. News
27th April 2016
Only 14 balls were bowled on the fourth day of Durham's Specsavers County Championship Division One match against Middlesex at Emirates Riverside before the contest finished as an inevitable draw. News
26th April 2016
No play was possible on the third day of Durham's Specsavers County Championship match against Middlesex at the Emirates Riverside due to snow and rain.
Andy Wilson
26th April 2016
The coldest day in the long history of the County Championship? That's impossible to prove, but the players of Durham and especially Middlesex would take some persuading that first-class cricket has been played in less pleasant conditions than those at the Emirates Riverside on Monday April 25. News
25th April 2016
Durham opener Mark Stoneman enhanced his claims for England recognition by converting his 15th first-class century into an unbeaten 139 against Middlesex at Emirates Riverside. News
24th April 2016
Durham all-rounder Ben Stokes opened with a maiden over and took two wickets in his first action since England's ICC World Twenty20 final defeat, but Middlesex's top seven all made starts as they reached 358 for seven at Emirates Riverside.