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They Played at Selkirk #2 Wilfred Rhodes

Many great cricketers have trod the turf at Philiphaugh but none holds more records, many of which will never be broken, than Wilfred Rhodes. In his long and storied career, Rhodes played more first-class matches than anyone else (1,110) and … Continue reading

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They Played at Selkirk #1 Keith Miller

A new series celebrating the great cricketers who have played at Philiphaugh. Many splendid players have trotted out from the pavilion to play here but few have been finer than Keith Miller. Nearly 3,000 test runs at an average of … Continue reading

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An Auld Acquaintance Renewed

When Selkirk moved to Philiphaugh in 1872 the ground was officially opened with a match against Grange CC. The capital side were regular visitors to Selkirk in the years that followed but in recent seasons the fixture has lapsed. So … Continue reading

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