Middlesex Cricket last night completed its first summer of Club Q&A evenings with a visit to Enfield Cricket Club.
Sam Robson, Blake Cullen and Angus Fraser were joined by around 30 Enfield members and juniors for an evening of cricket chat in the clubhouse on Lincoln Road.
Conversation flowed and the topics discussed ranged from England’s tactics during the Ashes to whether the bats professionals use have a better ‘sweet spot’ than those bought by amateurs.
Middlesex Cricket has run seven of these evenings this summer as part of ‘Middlesex in The Community’, which is the Club’s new charitable arm. The aim of the charity is to use cricket as a vehicle to ‘Connect Communities’ and during the season more than 300 cricket lovers have attended events at the cricket clubs of Ickenham, Eastcote, Chiswick, Wycombe House, Actonians, Bessborough and Enfield.
Throughout an intriguing summer of cricket Fraser has been joined by players and officials from Middlesex and Sunrisers, who have given honest and fascinating responses to the questions they have been asked.
Middlesex Cricket will continue to visit clubs that would like to host similar evenings during the winter/off-season and encourages any club that is interested to contact Angus Fraser at [email protected] to try to organise a suitable date.