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Andy Wilson
13th January 2016
Toby Roland-Jones is maintaining the strong Middlesex representation for England Lions against Pakistan A this winter – and if he can match the performances of his county team-mates Dawid Malan and Steven Finn before Christmas, he’ll be delighted.
Callum Dent
23rd December 2015
Middlesex fans have been handed an early Christmas present with the news that the club have pulled off a sensational swoop for New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum.
Matt Somerford
16th December 2015
Left-arm spinner Ravi Patel has signed a contract extension to remain at Middlesex until the end of the 2018 season.
David Clark
10th December 2015
Derbyshire’s Wes Durston is set to captain a strong Marylebone Cricket Club squad when they tour South Africa later this month.
Andy Wilson
9th December 2015
More than two months since having his fairytale comeback to Test cricket interrupted by a foot injury in the nets in Abu Dhabi, Steven Finn is ready to return for the England Lions in nearby Dubai.
ecb.co.uk News
2nd December 2015
ECB has announced the full match schedule for all three domestic competitions in 2016 along with an international programme which will see England men take on Sri Lanka and Pakistan, England women host Pakistan women, and tours by both Pakistan ‘A’ and Sri Lanka ‘A.’
ecb.co.uk News
1st December 2015
Yorkshire will begin the defence of their LV= County Championship title against Hampshire after the first set of fixtures for each competition were released on Tuesday.
27th November 2015
Steven Finn has joined the England Performance Programme in Dubai to continue his rehabilitation from a foot injury.
Matt Somerford
23rd November 2015
Angus Fraser believes Harry Podmore and Tom Helm can have long careers with Middlesex after signing the young seamers to contract extensions at Lord's.
Andy Wilson
19th November 2015
The hard work and perseverance has paid a dividend. Now it's time to capitalise on new opportunity. That was the message from Nick Compton, who was making a determined effort to keep his feet firmly on the ground despite the good news that informed him of a recall to the England squad.