Picked up on the street corner for a bag of chips and a pepsi, Micky was the Macauley Culkin of his time - thrust into the limelight at a tender age and then made to work hard ever since.
Bowling thousands of overs and scoring thousands of runs, Micky was the scourge of Hertfordshire Cricket in the "Golden Era". But, as the club became more dependent on him, so he became less dependant on the club. And when the bright-lights of Division 14 came a-calling, Micky packed his bags and left.
But the story does not end there. With a burning desire to right the wrongs and prove that once and for all, he is the greatest, Micky is back. A little heavier maybe, a little slower, definately, a lot more driven - you bet.
Micky has been in more tents at the Hockey festival, than the cast of Carry on Camping but his best work is done in the middle of the square.
10,000+ runs at 25.8 with 43 half-centuries and 8 tons.
281 wickets at 25.01