Selwyn Rice

In 1964/65 Selwyn played 10 games for the reserves as an amateur.
From Chumleigh, he made his debut in a Western League fixture against Barnstaple on the 27th of March 1965, as a 16 year old.

The following season 1965/66, he signed a professional contract, playing at inside forward he made 20 apperances that season for the reserves.

He did not play for the first, but was released at the end of a struggling season after Ellis Stuttard left and Jock Basford was appointed.

He moved to Gloucester City where he played for four seasons, moving to Weymouth and then Wimbledon in 1971.

He was at Wimbledon until April 1977, moving to Cheltenham Town then Cinderford Town, Dulwich Hamlet, followed by another spell at Gloucester City and Cheltenham Town and eventually Barnstaple Town.

He still attends matches at Exeter City and in 2019, joined in a reunion of over 40 ex-players.



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