During the lunch interval of today’s LV= County Championship match with Surrey at Lord’s Cricket Ground, Middlesex County Cricket Club awarded batsman Sam Robson with his county cap.
Robson was presented with his county cap by Middlesex’s club President, Clive Radley OBE, on the outfield in front of the Lord’s Pavilion.
Robson made his First-Class debut for Middlesex in the 2009 season against Essex at Chelmsford, making 43 in his debut innings. He has gone on to make forty five First-Class appearances for the county prior to today’s game, scoring nearly 3,000 runs at an average of over 38, with a highest First-Class score of 204.
Middlesex’s Managing Director, Angus Fraser, commented……
“Receiving your county cap is a special moment in a player’s career.
It means that in the eyes of the club you have performed to a consistently high level over a long period of time.
Sam thoroughly deserves his county cap and he now proudly sits alongside such Middlesex greats as Denis Compton, Mike Gatting and Mark Ramprakash.”
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