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Angus Fraser Guest of Honour at Annual Dinner

Hear stories from Angus Fraser's four decades in cricket as a player, pundit, administrator, and coach at our Annual Dinner on Saturday 2 April.

The former England International bowler and Middlesex managing director of Cricket will be the Guest of Honour and Main Speaker as our Annual Dinner and awards presentation night returns after a three-year absence.

Fraser played in 46 Test matches and 42 One Day Internationals for England taking 224 wickets, including a test best 8-53 against West Indies at Port of Spain in February 1998. He also took 1278 domestic wickets during his 18 years representing Middlesex. In 1996, Fraser was one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year.

Fraser remained in cricket after retirement, spending seven years as the cricket correspondent of The Independent until his appointment to the newly created role of managing director of Cricket by Middlesex in January 2009. He spent 12 years with The Seaxes, overseeing the dramatic LV County Championship win in 2016. He assumed a new role in heading the club's academy in July 2021.

Next month's event will also see the presentation of awards for the 2021 season. As well as the Player of the Year awards for each Saturday XI, the Performance of the Year, Club Person of the Year, and Young Player of the Year trophies will also be given out.

Tickets for the event, priced at £40 adults/£25 students, are still available through Alison Delaney (


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