|Full name||Michael Anthony Roseberry|
28 November 1966 |
Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, England
|Bowling style||Right arm medium|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricket Archive, 27 April 2012|
He represented Middlesex in two spells (1984–1994; Cap 1990 and 1999–2001), Durham (1995–1998; Captain 1995-1996) and the England A team in a seventeen-year career, which promised much but achieved little. He forged a successful opening partnership for Middlesex with Desmond Haynes and he enjoyed his best season in 1992 with 2,044 runs in first-class cricket. He was awarded a testimonial by Middlesex in 2002.
He is the elder son of Mat Roseberry, a successful Durham businessman and his younger brother Andrew represented Leicestershire and Glamorgan. He is a supporter of Sunderland Football Club, and is married to Helen with two daughters.
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