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Shaun Udal


Middlesex CCC provided Shaun Udal with a sort of Indian Summer to his career after John Emburey, the then Director of Cricket, plucked him out of minor counties cricket to play for the club. Udal, born on 18 March 1969, was 38 at the time and he provided Middlesex with three years of good service before finally retiring in 2010.

The bulk of Udal’s 1,330 professional wickets and 11,279 professional runs were accumulated for Hampshire CCC but in 2008 he captained Middlesex CCC to the Club’s first domestic trophy, the T20 Cup, in 15 years. His guile and experience allowed him to take 163 wickets for the Club at an average of approximately 32.