14 Facts About Angus Fraser


Angus Robert Charles Fraser was born on 8 August 1965 and is an English cricket administrator.

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Angus Fraser served as the managing director of Middlesex Cricket between 2009 and 2021, before assuming a new role heading the club's academy.

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Angus Fraser is a former English cricketer, journalist and England selector.

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Cricket commentator Colin Bateman commented that Angus Fraser was "a reliable, intelligent and hard-working bowler".

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Angus Fraser began his career with Middlesex in 1984, helping them to win the County Championship in 1985,1990 and 1993.

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Angus Fraser made his Test match debut with England in 1989 against Australia.

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Angus Fraser toured New Zealand and South Africa, and played in one-day tournaments in Asia, representing England.

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Angus Fraser last played for England during the 1999 Cricket world cup.

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Angus Fraser is a regular contributor to the BBC's Test Match Special and a cricket pundit for Sky Sports.

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Angus Fraser served as the managing director of cricket at Middlesex County Cricket Club between 2009 and 2021.

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Angus Fraser assumed a new role in heading the club's academy in July 2021.

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Angus Fraser served as a selector for the England cricket team for a period after 2014.

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In 2008, in his first managerial role, Angus Fraser secured the U15 Middlesex Schools Association County Cup with The John Lyon School, where his son was in the squad.

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Angus Fraser is a fan of, and regular visitor to, Wealdstone Football Club.

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