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Full name Reginald Hugh Durning Sellers
Born August 20, 1940, Bulsar (now Valsad), Gujarat, India
Current age 74 years 129 days
Major teams Australia, South Australia
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak googly
|Only Test||India v Australia at Kolkata, Oct 17-22, 1964 scorecard|
Rex Sellers was a tall legspinner who won selection for the 1964 tour of England on the back of 48 wickets for South Australia in 1963-64. An injury early in the trip meant his appearances were limited, and he didn't play in any of the Tests. He toured India, the county of his birth, in 1964-65 and made his sole Test appearance at Calcutta where he took 0 for 17.
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