Mike Selvey, born on April 25, 1948, played three Tests for England in 1976-77. On his debut, he accounted for the wickets of Roy Fredericks, Vivian Richards and Alvin Kallicharran, but that couldn’t prevent his side from being battered. Later, he stayed connected to the game by becoming the Guardian’s cricket correspondent. Karthik Parimal looks back at the short career of this cricketer-turned-journalist.
April 26 2013, 5:21 pmRead More