Wicketkeeper. Coach. National selector. Administrator. IPL Talent Scout. Kiran More has contributed to the world of cricket in various capacities. In the first part of the freewheeling chat, More recalls his early days in Vadodara to his first tour with the Indian team, to West Indies in 1983; from his much-delayed Test debut in England in 1986 to Sachin Tendulkar's much-anticipated Test debut in Pakistan in 1989; from dropping Graham Gooch at Lord's in 1990 to citing Rishabh Pant's example to explain the art of wicketkeeping. Don't miss the stories of watching Vijay Hazare gardening from his school; earning a pat on the back by Sunil Gavaskar in Bombay's fiercely competitive corporate cricket circuit; and learning from the great George Headley while scoring during the West Indies tour.