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charles dance in the Lord's Long Room
02 Jun 2016

Charles Dance stars as protector of Lord's

Charles Dance plays the protector of the Home and Cricket in a new video released by Lord’s.

Nick Gubbins
26 May 2016

Gubbins hits first ton in draw

Centuries for Nick Gubbins and Chris Rogers were highlights of the Specsavers County Championship draw between Middlesex and Somerset at Lord’s.

 

Sam Robson Middlesex Lord's
11 May 2016

Robson continues good form in rain-affected draw

Sam Robson continued to pound loudly on the door marked England Selectors, in Middlesex’s heavily rain-affected County Championship draw with Nottinghamshire at Lord’s.

George Bailey cricket
10 May 2016

George Bailey signs for Middlesex

Middlesex have announced the signing of Australia's George Bailey.

JJ Warr Middlesex England
09 May 2016

Former MCC President JJ Warr dies

MCC has expressed its sadness on learning that MCC Honorary Life Vice-President and England bowler JJ (John James) Warr has died at the age of 88.

lord's members trial
03 May 2016

Membership Pass trial scan

A pilot of the new arrangements to scan all MCC Membership Passes and tickets at major matches will take place on Sunday 8 May.

sam robson middlesex
20 Apr 2016

Robson breaks records in draw

Sam Robson became the first man to score a double-century and a century in the same match at Lord's, as Middlesex and Warwickshire played out a draw in the Specsavers County Championship.

Brendon McCullum
11 Apr 2016

McCullum relishing Lord's 'buzz'

Brendon McCullum is revelling in his chance to soak up the 'special' atmosphere at the Home of Cricket when he plays for Middlesex in the NatWest T20 Blast this summer.

carvery roast beef
08 Apr 2016

Food & drink in the Pavilion

The 2016 Specsavers County Championship season at Lord's will see a number of new food and drink options available in the Pavilion.

Sam Robson
02 Mar 2016

Robson pens new Middlesex deal

Middlesex CCC batsman Sam Robson extends his contract at the County until 2018.

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