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Somerset 152/4 (20/20 overs) Middlesex 155/2 (17.1/20 overs) Middlesex won by 8 wickets (with 17 balls remaining) Craig Kieswetter (Somerset)
Middlesex have been so rotten in the NatWest T20 Blast that Lord's refused to host their latest match. Well, not exactly, but while Middlesex hopped over the Thames to borrow The Oval for this fixture, a supermarket's corporate event was being hosted
Middlesex 430/4 (dec) & 188/4 (dec) (32.0 ov) Oxford MCCU 57 & 230 (81.1 ov) Middlesex won by 331 runs Adam Rossington (Middlesex)
Middlesex opener Sam Robson stood firm as Durham piled on the pressure in search of their first Championship victory of the season. Robson finished day three at Chester-le-Street on 42 not out with the visitors 90 for two in their second innings and
Pretty ordinary" was how Dan Christian described his team's batting effort...Undone by a smarter, hungrier and savvier Surrey, the game was decided at the toss. Having been under covers for three days, the home side knew the pitch would seam and
Neil Dexter's century helps visitors dominate Middlesex batsman Neil Dexter made a career-best 163 not out against Northants at Wantage Road to help his side move into contention for a fourth win in six County Championship games.
If you want to be a contender for the Championship title then becoming unbeatable at home is a good place to start. Middlesex have begun the season in such a vein and have a good chance to make it three wins from three at Lord's with an excellent
Ervine hit an unbeaten 60 and shared in a stand of 101 in 9.5 overs for the fourth wicket with consistent veteran Neil McKenzie, who made 47 not out, as Hampshire accelerated over the second half of their innings to reach a formidable 190 for 3. But
It was over so quickly that people didn't really know what to do with themselves...The rest sidled out into the streets of North-West London, muttering about one of the worst Middlesex performances in recent memory. For the first time in their
Middlesex moved back to the top of the Friends Life t20 South group after a six-wicket win over Sussex at Hove. Although Middlesex did not secure victory until the fourth ball of the final over, they always looked in control chasing a target of 149.