The Middlesex Cricket Player Pathway has three main objectives; •Player Development – above all else, the pathway exists for players to challenge themselves with and against players of a similar ability. To develop their current level of cricket, through quality match play and training. •Talent ID – A fluid process where identified players are selected to move onto the next level. Players get to see the standard and aspire to the next level. •First association with Middlesex Cricket – to develop a wider, positive connection with Middlesex Cricket, all Middlesex players have London on their postcode.
It is important that all players, parents, coaches and managers involved in the Middlesex Pathway are aware of:
Pride – The Middlesex Cricket DNA Angus Fraser Middlesex Cricket Managing Director of Cricket, created the Pride document following lengthy discussion with influential people associated with Middlesex Cricket across a 30-year period. As someone who is associated with the Club through the Player Pathway in the roles listed above, we ask you to read through each of these points carefully and at all times see yourself as an ambassador of Middlesex Cricket , and act in a way that shows you have Pride in the Club, Yourself and the Game of Cricket. Being involved in the pathway means that you are an ambassador for Middlesex Cricket, and we expect standards of conduct and behaviour that reflect these values.
We hope that every player who plays, Borough/Regional or County Youth Cricket in 2018 enjoys and learns from the experience, embraces the challenge, and continues to strive to improve their game.