Yorkshire v Middlesex, Specsavers Championship Div One, Scarborough, 4th day
Jul 6, 2016: Middlesex overturned Yorkkshire again in a remarkable innings win at Scarboriugh to assume the leadership in Division One of the Specsavers Championship
Middlesex v Hampshire, Specsavers Championship Div 1, Merchant Taylors, 2nd day
May 30, 2016: After a performance as perfect as this - in which John Simpson became their third batsman to score a brilliant ton, and Tim Murtagh and Toby Roland-Jones shared nine Hampshire wickets - it is only rain that can deny Middlesex now
Know Your Associates
Feb 24, 2016: The Associate giants have surprisingly underachieved in previous World T20s. The current side look in good shape to turn things around
Dec 23, 2015: Fast bowler Boyd Rankin will be back in Ireland colours, as will Tim Murtagh, who has had second thoughts after retiring from T20 cricket in May
Namibia v Ireland, ICC Intercontinental Cup, Windhoek
Oct 27, 2015: A 326-run partnership between William Porterfield and Ed Joyce set Ireland on course for an innings-and-107-run win over Namibia in Windhoek
Warwickshire v Middlesex, LV= Championship, Division One, Edgbaston, 3rd day
Sep 3, 2015: The seasoned skills of Tim Murtagh and Tim Ambrose brightened a showery day at Edgbaston in a match that could decide second place
May 27, 2015: Batsman Ed Joyce and fast bowler Tim Murtagh have announced their retirement from Twenty20 cricket
May 5, 2015: Tim Murtagh, the Ireland seamer, has been ruled out of his side's upcoming ODI against England on May 8
May 1, 2015: Durham poised to go top of the First Division: preview of the next round of LV= Championship matches
Apr 24, 2015: William Porterfield will play his 200th game for Ireland when he leads his side against England in a solitary ODI on May 8
World Cup 2015
Feb 12, 2015: The Ireland management has spoken out at the frustration of losing players to England. Alan Lewis, Ireland chief selector and former captain, said it was "irritating" that Eoin Morgan will captain England at the World Cup.
World Cup 2015 news
Jan 18, 2015: Ireland have suffered a serious blow ahead of the World Cup after Tim Murtagh was ruled out with a fractured foot
Middlesex v Durham, Lord's, 1st day 3rd day
Sep 11, 2014: This match turned into relegation scrap on the third day with small advances from both sides. Fluent batting was at a premium as a significant canopy of cloud encouraged the Middlesex bowlers.
Middlesex v Durham, Lord's, 1st day
Sep 9, 2014: After Scott Borthwick had been dispatched around the SCG by Australia's gung-ho batsmen England realised they did not have a spinning sensation on their hands. Not that day anyway
Nottinghamshire v Middlesex, Trent Bridge, 3rd day
Jun 16, 2014: Middlesex will ask Tim Murtagh for more of the same after taking five wickets in an innings for the third time this season to create a platform upon which their batsmen have built a position to dictate terms on the final day.
Middlesex v Lancashire, Division 1, Lord's, 4th day
May 14, 2014: English cricket would love to see Steven Finn bowling Middlesex to victory, but on the final day at Lord's it was Tim Murtagh who put in the defining performance to leave them third in the table
Middlesex v Nottinhamshire, Lord's, 4th day
Apr 16, 2014: Chris Rogers and Sam Robson engineered Middlesex's victory against Notts - and Rogers reckons Robson is ready for an England debut
Ireland v Scotland, WCL Championship, Belfast
Sep 6, 2013: Three days after a brilliant spell of bowling nearly shocked England in Malahide, Tim Murtagh delivered with the bat to serve a big blow to Scotland's chances of qualifying for the 2015 World Cup.
Ireland v Pakistan, 1st ODI, Dublin
May 22, 2013: ESPNcricinfo previews the first ODI between Ireland and Pakistan in Dublin
Somerset v Middlesex, Taunton, 3rd day
May 17, 2013: The last time Somerset lost a Championship match at Taunton, the ground rang to raucous Lancastrian celebrations. This time it was deserted as Middlesex unexpectedly escaped the showers to pull off a three-day victory
Also: the fastest Indian to 50 wickets, and Yasir Shah's unwanted "double-hundred"