Outdoor Nets are currently being held at the The Midd every Tuesday from from 6 til dark.
Please see www.northmiddlesexcc.co.uk for more details.
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North Middlesex Cricket Club was founded in 1875, and is situated on Park Road in Crouch End, North London.
NMCC runs 5 League XI's every Saturday, 4 in the Middlesex County League, and a 5th XI which plays in the 1987 League. We are one of only two clubs in Middlesex to have our top 4 senior teams playing in the highest division possible!
The 2016 season will see the 1st XI again playing in the ECB Middlesex Premier League having finished 5th in 2015.
The 2nd XI and 3rd XI will both play in their respective Middlesex County League Division 1s with the 2s aiming to improve on their 3rd place finish in 2015. The 3s will be hoping to continue to call themselves the best 3rd XI in the county in defending the league title that was so impressively won in 2015.
The 4th XI will be aiming to win the Middlesex County League Division 2 (3rd Teams) after missing out by only 1 point in 2014 and finishing 3rd in 2015. Promotion is not allowed because they can't join our 3rd XI in the league above but the title is definitely within their sights this season.
The 5th XI will look to continue their progression in the 1987 League after securing promotion in in 2015.
Previous trophies that have been won by NMCC are the Middlesex County League (1990) and the Bertie Joel Cup (1987).
The club also fields league, cup and friendly teams on Sundays, in Twenty20 competitions, and in indoor leagues over the Winter.
NMCC have previously hosted the Bunburys, bringing world famous cricketers such as Andrew Flintoff, Graeme Hick, and Mike Gatting down to the club.
As well as a Senior Section, NMCC has a very strong Colts Section. Our U13's were National Champions in 2008 and in 2005 we won the prestigious Victor Ludorum trophy which is awarded to the most successful colts club in Middlesex. Colts age groups range from U9's through to U17's. Training is held every Saturday morning from mid April-August. Many Colts at NMCC also represent the Senior Section of The Club.
All are welcome at "The Midd". As well as excellent cricket facilities, our clubhouse "The Pavilion" has excellent restaurant, bar (including Sky Sports big screens), and function facilities that are open all year.
North Middlesex CC have an existing site at www.northmiddlesexcc.co.uk
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