Between Overs

Between Overs

How Life Gets in the Way of Cricket
Michéle Savidge
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As a 12-year-old, Michéle Savidge saw Viv Richards bat and fell in love with Richards and West Indies cricket. She set her sights on becoming, and duly became, a cricket journalist. Births, life, bereavement and depression took her away from the sport she loved, but the 2019 Cricket World Cup rekindled her passion for life - and cricket.

Click here to watch Michéle Savidge on the Surrey County Cricket Podcast

About the author

Michéle Savidge began her career as a sports journalist on The Cricketer magazine before becoming deputy editor on Imran Khan's Cricket Life. After that magazine's spectacular financial collapse, she became the first female sports subeditor on the Evening Standard. She is the co-author (with Alastair McLellan) of Real Quick: A Celebration of the West Indies Pace Quartets. 

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