Michael Ormonde Cleasby Sturt was a highly capable wicketkeeper who was limited to thirty-three first-class matches, due to his highly successful City career. He deputised for John Murray on several occasions and he never let the team down. He made 72 dismissals (64 caught and 8 stumpings).
He was born in Wembley, Middlesex in 1941 and he has given distinguished service to the MCC and Middlesex Committees, as Chairman of the County Cricket and Selection sub-committees. He succeeded Mike Murray as the County Chairman for eight months in 1993.