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Former Zimbabwe captain David Houghton is to replace Mark Ramprakash as Middlesex's new batting coach.
Australia's Chris Rogers was forced to withdraw from a day-night game because he could not see the pink ball on trial.
Middlesex have signed experienced Australia batsman Adam Voges as their overseas player for 2015.
Sam Robson has signed a new deal with Middlesex which will keep the England batsman at the county until the end of 2016.
Middlesex County Cricket Club’s one-day side have changed their name from Middlesex Panthers to Middlesex CCC.
Kent have confirmed the signing of batsman Joe Denly who returns to his home county from Middlesex.
Middlesex have cancelled the final year of Gareth Berg's contract due to the all-rounder's ongoing injury problems.
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