Surrey scraped to a last-ball two-wicket win over Middlesex in front of a sell out crowd at Lord's on Thursday evening in the NatWest T20 Blast.
Kids under 16 go free to Lord's this summer for Middlesex's Royal London One-Day cup fixtures against Surrey and Somerset during the summer holidays.
High-flying Surrey, featuring Kevin Pietersen, take on Middlesex at Lord's in the final NatWest T20 Blast action of 2014 at the Home of Cricket.
The attendance for the Middlesex v Surrey NatWest T20 Blast fixture at Lord's on Thursday 24 July is set to become the highest for any domestic Twenty20 fixture in the UK since the format was launched in 2004.
Adil Rashid claimed 4/27 as he bowled Yorkshire to victory on day four of their LV = County Championship clash with Middlesex at Scarborough.
Middlesex's fixture with Somerset at Uxbridge ended in a tame draw, while there was heartache for opener Nick Gubbins.
Middlesex approach day four of their LV= County Championship fixture against Somerset the more likely team to force a victory, as opener Nick Gubbins once again impressed.
Dawid Malan's second consecutive LV= County Championship century in a row put Middlesex in a good position after day two of their fixture against Somerset at Uxbridge.
Middlesex's title hopes suffered a blow as their LV= County Championship match against Northamptonshire at Lord's drifted into a draw.
Steven Crook's maiden first-class ton frustrated Middlesex on day three of their LV= County Championship fixture against Northamptonshire at Lord's.
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