Michael John Knight Smith OBE, also known as MJK Smith or Mike Smith, is a former British cricketer who has served as captain of the Oxford University Cricket Club, Warwickshire County Cricket Club and the British Cricket Team. He is one of Britain's most famous cricket captains and, when he also played team rugby, Smith was England's last international double.
|Full name||Michael John Knight Smith|
|Born||June 30, 1933, Westcotes, Leicestershire, England|
|Bowling style||Right arm slow-medium|
|Relations||NMK Smith (son)|
He led England in 25 Tests and played for Warwickshire from 1956 to 1975, making him one of England's most popular cricket captains.
While at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, he played summer cricket for Leicestershire County Cricket Club.
His bespectacled visage and untidy appearance made him a crowd favorite.
Neil, his son, captained Warwickshire as well.
Sebastian Coe [Politician], a British politician, married his daughter.
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