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May 18 2013 Latest news:
A team of England legends will face a group of cricketing magicians at Lord’s to raise money for a longstanding Camden service that has lost its funding.
Middlesex run machine Sam Robson has the potential to be one of English cricket’s brightest stars, according to his opening partner Chris Rogers.
Middlesex County Cricket League (Division Three):
North London (10pts) 161
Indian Gymkhana (0) 133
Middlesex County Cricket League (Premier Division):
Hornsey (1pt) 286-8
Winchmore Hill (4) 105-2
Hornsey captain Chetan Patel is hoping to replicate the success of the last campaign in the Middlesex County Cricket League, when his side finished fifth in their first season back in the Premier Division.
North Middlesex have a new captain for the 2013 season in the Middlesex County Cricket League, which starts on Saturday, as Tom Nicoll takes over from Adam Holmes.
Corey Collymore is eager to bring through the next generation of Middlesex pacemen – even though it may cost him a place in the team.
Tim Murtagh insists it is far too soon to talk up Middlesex’s title credentials despite their status as early pace-setters in the County Championship.
Middlesex paceman Tim Murtagh says his side’s pre-lunch spell with the ball was the turning point in their resounding nine-wicket victory over Derbyshire at Lord’s.
Tim Murtagh took five wickets and Toby Roland-Jones recorded a hat-trick as Middlesex steamrollered Derbyshire with a nine-wicket victory inside three days at Lord’s.
Kempton Park general manager Phil White will contest the London Marathon on Sunday in a bid to raise funds on behalf of the charity Racing Welfare.
Middlesex’s John Simpson says being dropped last season gave him the determination to bounce back at the start of the new campaign.
Haringey’s Angus Pedersen stepped up an age group at the weekend to compete in the Under-19 English National Championships at the National Badminton Centre.
Camden’s James Ward says his heroic victory for Great Britain’s Davis Cup team against Russia’s Dmitry Tursunov was the biggest moment of his career.
A place in the England side would be nice – but James Harris is also hoping his move to Middlesex can kick-start his trophy collection.
Haringey’s youngsters will soon be able to take on neighbouring north London boroughs on a regular basis, after an injection of funding from this year’s Balfour Beatty Sports Development Grants.
Middlesex’s batsmen must strive to match the standards set by Chris Rogers if they want to realise their international ambitions, according to coach Richard Scott.
The Highgate and Hornsey Explorer Scout leader talks busking, cheese boards and musical talent.
The urgently-needed reform called for by the independent report is being deliberately blocked, says the leader of Haringey’s Liberal Democrat opposition
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