Graham Kitchener (born 29 September 1989 in Bromley) is an English rugby union player for Leicester Tigers in the Aviva Premiership. He plays as a lock but can also play as a blindside flanker.
He has represented England at Under 16, 18 and Under 20 level, and played a part in the Under 20's 6 nations grand slam in 2008.
He was also a crucial member of the 2009  Under 20 squad, reaching the final of the JWC. 
Adams' Grammar School in Newport like fellow professional rugby player Peter Short of Bath Rugby. 
A talented all round athlete, he spent 3 years playing football for
Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy before deciding to focus on rugby. He was a schoolboy cricketer for Shropshire and was the Midlands Under 17 Shot Put champion, before finishing 6th in the English Schools championships. He combines his commitments as a professional rugby player with a full-time degree at University of Birmingham
A graduate of the academy system at Aviva Premiership club
Worcester Warriors, Graham Kitchener left the Warriors to join Leicester Tigers for the 2011-12 season.
He played for the
England Saxons through 2011, including their successful Churchill Cup campaign.
Kitchener was selected for the England squad to face the
Barbarians in the summer of 2014. 
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