About North Midd Cricket Club

North Middlesex Cricket Club was founded in 1875, and is situated at 185a Park Road, in Crouch End, North London. We hold ECB Clubmark and Community Amateur Sports Clubstatus, and have made great progress on and off the pitch over recent years.

All cricket enthusiasts are welcome to join us at "TheMidd”, whether as players or spectators. Substantial investment over the last few years has resulted in much improved facilities, such as new practice nets, sightscreens, covers and upgraded ground maintenance equipment. Our clubhouse, "The Pavilion”, has excellent bar and restaurant facilities, and is available for hire for functions all year round.


On Saturdays, through an 18 week League season beginning in early May, NMCC will in 2014 field 4 teams in the Middlesex County Cricket League and 1 in the Middlesex 1987 CricketLeague, which is a "feeder" league for the MCCL.

Our 1st XI will play in Div 1 of the MCCL 1st XI league after being promoted last season. Our 2nd XI will play in Div1 of the 2nd XI league.The 3rd XI will again play in Div 1 of of their league. The 4th XI play in Div 2 of the MCCL 3rd XI league after a 6th consecutive season of promotions (confusing, but true!). The 5th XI will play in Div 5 of the 1987 League.

The Ground

Depending on player availability, NMCC also fields teams for friendly matches on Saturdays and Sundays.

On several occasions over the last few years NMCC has hosted charity matches with the famous Bunbury club. These occasions have brought world famous cricketers such as Andrew Flintoff, Graeme Hick and Mike Gatting to the club.

NMCC is proud to have developed one of the largest and most successful Colts sections in Middlesex. We now have well over 200 boys and girls participating, aged  from U6 to U17. We run various teams in the Middlesex Colts Association leagues both Summer and Winter, and have an established Academy structure to help develop our most promising young players.

Andrew Flintoff

Several of our Colts were selected to represent Middlesex and London Schools in 2013, and many Colts  gained valuable experience by playing for teams fielded by the Senior Section. In 2005 NMCC won the Victor Ludorum trophy, awarded to the most successful Colts club in Middlesex. In 2008 our U13 side won the National ECB Championship, and in 2010 our U15s were Middlesex champions.