Angus Fraser MBE

Angus Fraser MBE

International Cricketer, After Dinner Speaker and Match Day Host

Former England and Middlesex bowler, the seamer played 46 tests for England capturing 177 wickets and also appeared in 21 one-day internationals claiming 47 victims.

Fraser played county cricket for Middlesex from 1982 until 2002 serving as county captain from 2001.

He made his England debut against Australia in the third test of the 1989 Ashes series. One of the most consistent English seam bowlers of the 1990's. Frasers finest hour came in Barbados in the 1993/94 test match where he took 8 for 75 in the first innings to help set up a famous victory, the West Indies first defeat at Bridgetown in some 50 years.

Awarded the MBE in 1998, 'Gus' is also a regular voice on Radio 4′s Test Match special team and is lead cricket correspondent for the Independent newspaper.

He is always happy to give his honest, passionate and amusing opinion on a number of topics, sport related or not.

Through his openness, Angus tends to endear himself to the audience, allowing them to relate to his past experiences, which always ensures a relaxing and very enjoyable evening.

Angus is ideal for either the cricket or golf club dinners or many corporate opportunities, when he is able to entertain the audience with his years of experience at the very top of his profession.

Fees quoted are only an indication of what you might have to pay, and in no way constitute an offer of any kind. In some cases overnight accommodation, travel expenses and VAT may be charged in addition to the fee.

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