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Andrew Roberts was born in 1965 in Suffolk and became interested in cricket during the first World Cup in 1975. Roberts played cricket at Blundell’s School and club cricket at Swindon C.C and Shrivenham C.C. and played for over thirty years. He became Bill Frindall’s scorer and scored on occasion for the B.B.C as well as compiling the career statistics for The Lord’s Taverners for their sixtieth anniversary in 2010. He is also a member of M.C.C.

Roberts work as a Business Travel Agent from home in a village near Swindon and has travelled extensively, visiting 66 countries including 41 times to India where, during the 2011 World Cup, he set a quiz which appeared on the giant screen at every match. Closer to home, he regularly watches Somerset C.C.C play.

Roberts has also been ringing bells at the local church for the last eight years.