PAUL WEEKES TALKS US THROUGH HIS MIDDLESEX CAREER
In the second of our series of interviews in Black History Month, club President Mike Selvey, caught up with Paul Weekes, one of several black players who played such an important part in one of the club's most successful trophy winning eras on the field.
Weekes, in total made 552 appearances for Middlesex between 1990 and 2006 and with both bat and ball shone for over a decade and a half.
Playing in two Championship winning sides in 1990 and 1993 and one National Cup winning side in 1992, Weekes finished his Middlesex career as one of the club's leading run scorers in both first-class and List-A formats.
With 10,946 first-class runs (the 24th highest tally in club's history) and 7,586 List-A runs (3rd highest tally in club's history), and with 632 wickets across all formats, Weekes will long be remembered as one of Middlesex's finest all-rounders of a golden generation.