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British cricket speaker and former England player Graeme Fowler was born in Accrington, Lancashire and is most well known for his time playing for his county team. Also known as “Foxy” Fowler Graeme is known for his batting talent and on the pitch personality, causing expert cricket speaker and writer Colin Batemen to comment that he “rarely bored anyone with his batting”.
Fowler made his first-class cricket debut in 1979 and quickly became the first-choice opening batsman for both his county and national teams and made his Test match debut three years later, despite a touring ban in place against South African apartheid. Fowler went on to play in more than twenty Tests for England achieving his first double century during a nine-hour inning in his debut Test, making him the first Englishman to do so in India.
Thanks to his effective and stylish batting Graeme Fowler quickly became popular amongst both his team mates and his fans and has remained a much sought after cricket speaker on the corporate function and after dinner speaker circuit since his retirement, with many fans remembering him fondly and calling for stories and anecdotes from his time as a professional.
As well as working as a sports speaker for his national team Graeme Fowler often appears at events for his local cricket club, Lancashire. Following a decade with the team Fowler moved to Durham where he worked as both a player and a coach at the team’s academy and previously coached both Andrew Strauss and Robin Martin-Jenkins.
As well as working as an after dinner speaker Graeme Fowler has worked as a commentator and television and radio presenter since the late 1980’s; he is best known as a guest sports speaker on both Test Match Special and Test Match Sofa.