Angus Fraser was a naggingly accurate right-arm fast-medium bowler for Middlesex and England who claimed 177 wickets in 45 Tests. In 42 One Day Internationals he took 47 wickets, and was an often belligerent tail-end batsman who had a career haul of 2934 runs.

Though born in Lancashire, Angus spent his entire career with Middlesex. His outstanding performance was eight for 75 in the first innings of the 1993-94 Barbados Test to pave the way for a shock victory over the all-conquering West Indies. He became a distinguished cricket correspondent for The Independent before taking up the challenge of Managing Director of Cricket with Middlesex in 2009.

Angus is an excellent raconteur and has many tales to tell of his life in cricket and in the world of the media.