ROLAND BUTCHER LOOKS BACK ON A GLITTERING MIDDLESEX CAREER
In a new series of interviews in Black History Month, we are catching up with a number of the black players who played such a huge part in Middlesex's success over the years to celebrate their achievements with the club.
In the first of the series, Club President Mike Selvey caught up with one of the club's true greats, Roland Butcher, back home in Barbados, to talk through his achievements in what was a quite staggering Middlesex career in one of the most successful eras in the club's history.
In 512 appearances across both formats, Butcher hit 10,935 first-class runs, 4,752 List-A runs and as one of the game's greatest fielders of the day, took a phenomenal 346 catches. In total, Butcher played a part in Middlesex lifting twelve trophies between 1974 and 1990.