Radlett Cricket Club will once again be a key venue for Middlesex next season after the announcement of the county fixtures.

The Cobden Hill ground, home of the Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division side, will see a minimum of five games for both the first team and the female Sunrisers in the 2023 campaign.

Despite there being plenty of debate in recent months over the future scheduling of the domestic season, the structure of the men’s game in 2023 will remain largely unchanged.

The season will be split into five distinct blocks, which each block primarily centred around one of the three formats of the game.

Radlett's first involvement in the men's side will come on Tuesday, June 6, when they have a T20 Blast clash with Hampshire Hawks.

The two other games come in the One-Day Cup, against Notts Outlaws on August 15 and Yorkshire Outlaws one week later.

Lord’s will host six of Middlesex’s seven home County Championship matches, Merchant Taylors School getting the other.

The highlight of Sunrisers season will undoubtedly be a maiden appearance at Lord’s in 2023, part of a double-header fixture on Thursday, May 25.

They will play the South East Stars in the Charlotte Edwards Cup before the men battle Surrey in the Vitality Blast straight after.

The girls will be at Radlett for two matches as well.

They play the South East Stars on Friday, May 5, and Western Storm on Tuesday, September 5, both in the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy.



Tues 6 June: Middlesex v Hampshire Hawks at Radlett CC - T20

Tues 15 Aug: Middlesex v Notts Outlaws at Radlett CC - 50L

Tues 22 Aug: Middlesex v Yorkshire Vikings at Radlett CC - 50L



Fri 05 May: Sunrisers v South East Stars at Radlett CC - RHFT

Tue 05 Sep: Sunrisers v Western Storm at Radlett CC- RHFT