Cricket After Dinner Speaker
Former England cricket speaker and player Geoff Miller OBE has also completed a successful stint with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) as an England team selector, leaving the position in 2013 and is known for his own diverse and successful cricketing career.
Competing on the domestic scene for Derbyshire and Essex, Miller was known as a right-handed batsman, who made his first-class debut in 1973, playing his last game for Derbyshire in 1990. Since his retirement Miller has turned his attentions to sports governance and has become one of the most prolific cricket speakers in the UK.
As an after dinner speaker Geoff is applauded for his experiences across all levels of cricket as well as his commitments within the ECB across some of the greatest and most testing times they’ve endured. This diverse experience has left Miller with a variety of insightful and entertaining stories to share with cricket enthusiasts in his capacity as a sports speaker.
As a professional player Geoff Miller OBE achieved 888 first-class wickets across 283 first class matches and effortlessly transferred his form across to International duties, taking 60 wickets in 34 tests and 25 wickets in 25 ODIs. Despite never achieving a test cricket century Geoff has become one of the most sought after sports speakers on the cricket circuit, his diversity and talent marking him as a truly great player.
In 2008 Geoff Miller was elected onto the ECB board of selectors, a role he held for five years, which ultimately culminated in the awarding of an OBE for his services to sport and work as a cricket speaker.
Sitting through the home Summer Ashes’ win of 2013, Miller has tales to tell from both sides of the sporting fence; his insider knowledge and know-how allows him to deliver interesting and debatable speeches at specific cricket as well as sporting governance after dinner speaker events.
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