Episode one of Remember When sees former St. George’s Cricket Club Cup Match Captain, Bermuda International, and Cup Match Classic leading wicket taker Clarence Parfitt as the guest.
Earl Basden, along with the Cup Match legend who now resides in Scotland and is still involved in the game, talk about Cricket, Cup Match, Football, life and much more.
Parfitt was a left-handed batsman and left-arm medium pace bowler. He is reputed to be the greatest bowler that Bermuda has produced. He started his career in Bermuda, playing one first-class match against New Zealand in 1972, taking five wickets in New Zealand's only innings. It was the maiden first-class match to be played by the Bermuda cricket team. Parfitt also represented Bermuda in the 1979 ICC Trophy.
He later settled in Scotland and would go on to play for the Scottish cricket team on twelve occasions, including nine List A matches, between 1988 and 1990, making his debut against Derbyshire.
He is now a Development Officer for Cricket Scotland, and was inducted into Bermuda's sporting hall of fame in 2004.