News in brief: Sutherland loan deal, Blues youngster plays for Scotland U19s, 42-kick shoot-out

Frankie Sutherland
QPR’s 22-year-old midfielder has extended his loan spell with Crawley Town until the end of the season. Sutherland has made four appearances for the League Two club since joining in February.

Ruben Sammut
The Chelsea midfielder was part of the Scotland Under-19 team defeated 2-0 by Belgium on Wednesday in the elite round of qualifying for the European Championships.

The club’s academy is running a two-day open trial on 21 and 22 May, for players aged between 16 and 21, at Brunel University Sports Park.

There are limited spaces available for goalkeepers and a £40 fee applies. For more information, visit the Brentford website.

Middlesex Charity Cup
Hampton & Richmond Borough were beaten in the quarter-finals by Cockfosters after an extraordinary penalty shoot-out in which both sides took 21 kicks each – close to matching the world record of 24 apiece. Borough were edged out 18-17, after the 90 minutes had ended in a 1-1 draw.

The National League South club are offering free entry to Under-16s at Saturday’s game with Margate, with the first 200 through the gate receiving a Cadbury’s Creme Egg. Season-ticket holders for Premier League and Championship clubs get half-price admission of £6.

Gary McCann’s side will play Tooting & Mitcham United in the final of the London Senior Cup, after the Terrors beat Dulwich Hamlet 3-0 in their semi-final.

Masters League football
Hayes & Yeading United’s Beaconsfield Road ground will play host to a new 35-and-over Masters League, run by the Middlesex FA. The seven-a-side, eight-team tournament will run every other Monday from mid-April. For more, visit the Middlesex FA website.

Nick Gubbins (68), Nick Compton (65) and Paul Stirling (61 not out) all made half-centuries as Middlesex reached 263-3 at stumps on day two of their three-day friendly with Surrey. John Simpson also made an unbeaten 43 in an unbroken stand of 106 with Stirling. Middlesex lead by 13, after Surrey declared on 250-9.

Eoin Morgan
The Middlesex batsman was out first ball as England narrowly overcame minnows Afghanistan at the World Twenty20 in Delhi.

Morgan, who captains the national team, was bowled by Mohammed Nabi, part of a team collapse which at one stage left them 57-6. They eventually rallied to 142-7 and restricted Afghanistan to 127-9 in their 20 overs, winning by 15 runs.

Cath Dalton
The Middlesex Women’s batsman made just three in Ireland’s 67-run defeat to South Africa at the Women’s World T20.