Mike Griffith

Mike Grenville Griffith, (born 25 November 1943) is a former professional cricketer, who played for and captained the Sussex County Cricket Club. A middle-order right-handed batsman, he also kept wicket occasionally. Griffith was born at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, the son of the Sussex and England wicket-keeper and cricket administrator Billy Griffith and was educated at Marlborough College. He played first for Sussex in 1962, then for Cambridge University for three years from 1963, winning his blue all three years. In 1968 he was appointed county captain with Jim Parks junior, and was then sole captain for four years (1969-1972). He stood down from the captaincy after 1972.
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    Starting this blog post on Halloween took me back to the days of wandering up and down the streets of my childhood neighborhood. At the ages of 7,8, and 9 my neighbors and I were perfectly content with collecting Skittles, Starbursts, and giant candy bars from the house on the corner (that lady was the best), but as the years past we yearned for more.

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