There's No Place like Home for Finchley Hero Selwood; EVENING STANDARD CHALLENGE TROPHY

By Clyde, Alexander | The Evening Standard (London, England), July 8, 2003 | Go to article overview

There's No Place like Home for Finchley Hero Selwood; EVENING STANDARD CHALLENGE TROPHY


Clyde, Alexander, The Evening Standard (London, England)


Byline: ALEXANDER CLYDE

DERBYSHIRE cricketer Steve Selwood has returned to his roots to lead Finchley's charge into the last 16 of club cricket's premier knockout tournament.

The 23-year-old lefthander, currently out of favour with his county, took the honours as the club he joined as a 10-year-old raced to a 34-run victory over Dulwich in the third round of the [pounds sterling]12,000 Evening Standard Challenge Trophy, the final of which takes place at The Oval.

Selwood scored 86 runs, then took five wickets for 50 from 10 overs of left-arm spin. But his knock was bettered by 100 not out from Owen Morgan, a 16-year-old from Ireland who is on trial with Middlesex.

Finchley captain Jake Milton, whose side will travel to Beaconsfield in the fourth round, said: "Having Steve back playing for us is a huge bonus. He also played in the league on Saturday, scoring 48. There's nothing I'd like more than to go back to The Oval again. Losing there in the 1998 final was the worst day of my life but winning there two years later was the best."

Shock of the round was the defeat of three-time champions and last year's runners-up Teddington, who went down by 28 runs at home to Radlett.

All-rounder Matt Evans contributed 76 not out followed by four wickets for 34 as the Hertfordshire side set up a fourth-round clash with Beckenham.

National Knockout Cup holders Saffron Walden were the other big casualties, suffering a nine-wicket hammering from Hampstead, who raced to 245 for one with centuries from Gary Headley (118) and captain Mark Harvey (103 not out). …

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