A FORMER England cricketer officially re-opened Harpsden Cricket Club on Saturday.
Angus Fraser was special guest at the Harpsden Way club, which has undergone an extension and landscaping work worth £185,000.
The England selector and managing director of cricket at Middlesex County Cricket Club cut the ribbon to officially re-open the building and gave a speech to club members and their friends and families.
During his bowling career, Fraser played 46 Test matches and 42 one day internationals for England.
He talked about spending his summers as a boy at Stanmore Cricket Club in London, the lifelong friends he had made there and the importance of club cricket.