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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.
Hosts thumped after lowest T20 total Essex were skittled for 74, their lowest score in Twenty20 cricket, as Middlesex thumped them by eight wickets. New Zealander Kyle Mills removed Greg Smith and Graham Napier in the first over as he took 3-4.
Adam Rossington knock sets up Panthers win A superb innings from Adam Rossington set the platform for Middlesex to beat Kent by nine wickets in their FL t20 South Group match at Uxbridge. The 20-year-old registered his maiden T20 half-century as he
Hamish Rutherford, Shaun Tait T20 pedigree: Three visits to Finals Day but still yet to play in the showpiece match, Essex possess enough fire power to win this competition. Why they haven't is a bit of a mystery, especially considering their
Tim Murtagh five-for inspires hosts Tim Murtagh took 5-12 and Toby Roland-Jones grabbed a hat-trick as Middlesex bowled out Derbyshire for 60 to set up victory on the third day at Lord's. Resuming on 180-6, the hosts added just 35 more runs before
After their victory at Trent Bridge last week, talk of Middlesex's title credentials was dialled up a notch but Sam Robson acknowledged his side have "a lot of work to do" in this match against last year's Division Two champions thanks to a concerted
Dale Benkenstein will captain MCC in the Champion County fixture against Warwickshire in Abu Dhabi, while Rahul Dravid and Shaun Tait will add some star quality for the Emirates Airline Twenty20 event that precedes the four-day game. As has become
Middlesex's batsman Joe Denly has flown out of Heathrow bound for Bangladesh as one of a rush of emergency replacements for Bangladesh's T20 tournament...Denly joins the sprinkling of English county players who have ignored warnings from Angus Porter,