Cricket is the School’s oldest major sport and is played throughout the summer term by the pupils. The School is blessed with a superb arena for the game on The Park being renowned as one of the most beautiful grounds to play cricket in the London area. The two other squares are surrounded by trees. Three senior teams and five junior teams play regularly on a local circuit of schools, enjoying the summer tranquillity of the hillside setting and excellent practice facilities.

The School has the services of a professional coach, the ex-Middlesex opener, Mr IJF Hutchinson, who supports the well-qualified teacher coaches and still retains strong links with Middlesex CCC.

The School takes its Cricket seriously along with all the other Sports that it offers. The School plays many of the local independent Schools and some from further afield. The Pavilion has just been extensively refurbished and we are proud to have what is considered by many the most beautiful ground in London.

Players are regularly selected to represent Middlesex and Hertfordshire age group sides, and indeed England. Recent Old Millhillian, Adam Rossington, started his county career with Middlesex CCC and now has a professional contract with Northants CCC. Our girls have also done exceptionally well representing both the School (playing as part of the boys’ team) and their county. Indeed, both India Whitty and Sophia Dunkley have been selected for the England Women’s Development Programme at different levels with Sophia now in the full womens’ squad, the squad just below the National team.

There have been other cricketing events outside the summer term. Separate visits from Michael Atherton, Michael Vaughan and current Middlesex players Steven Finn and David Malan add to the cricket experience here at the School.

Pupils also have the opportunity to tour during their time here and there been several trips recently including La Manga in Spain, India twice and a tour to Sri Lanka.

Ethan Bamber Ethan Bamber is currently one of the cornerstones of the talented 1st XI squad and is progressing well within the Middlesex Academy programme. Talented with both bat and ball, we look forward to him having a significant impact on the 1st XI for the next two seasons. Read more about Ethan...

Adam Rossington
Adam joined the Foundation when he was 8 years old, starting at Belmont and finishing his studies at the Senior School before joining Middlesex CCC. Adam is now a professional cricketer with Northamptonshire and has also played for England U19s.