ABOUT SEAXE

Formed in 1968, the Seaxe Club supports Middlesex Cricket at all levels (see Support for Middlesex CCC).  The Seaxe Club raises money and awareness of cricket through membership subscriptions, a lottery scheme, a Box at Middlesex 1st team County Championship matches and a programme of social events for members.

 

 

Looking back to 50 Years Ago (when Seaxe was born)

Middlesex met Gloucestershire  on 11th. 13th and  14th May 1968

and the match was drawn

 

Gloucestershire 110 for 5 declared and 90 for 6 declared

Middlesex 46 for 3 declared and 85 for 5

 

After a blank first day, only two hours forty minutes play proved possible on the second, the highlight of which was superbly controlled leg brake bowling from Latchman (10-2-21-3).  Three declarations on the last day failed to produce a result.  Middlesex wanted 115 in two hours, but Proctor gained partial revenge  for his batting failure by claiming the first three wickets for 21 runs.  Mortimore sent back Parfitt and Titmus and Middlesex were forced to play out time.

 

From Wisden 1969

 


 


 

PLAYERS AWARDS EVENING Winners 13th April 

 

Geoff Norris Award  -  Sonali Patel

Jack Robertson - Joe Cracknell

David Newton - Savin Perera

John Piddington- Luke Hollman

Gerry Lillee - Blake Cullen

Rynhold Family - Jack Davies

Richard Davis - Emily Thorpe


 

 

 

To commemorate its Golden Anniversary, the Seaxe Club will be backing the ECB All Stars Cricket initiative in Middlesex, specifically with an aim to financially support the project within inner City areas. There is no ECB funding for these, as the centres are outside the traditional club and coaching network. Money raised during 2018 will assist the Seaxe Club in helping to fund these centres and enable children from low income families to participate".

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEXT SEAXE EVENT

 

To be confirmed