Harry Graham (cricketer)
22 November 1870|
|Died||7 February 1911
Seacliff, New Zealand
|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
A native of Melbourne, Graham scored a century on his Test debut in 1893 at Lord's, and scored 107 in his first Test on home soil, in Sydney. He was only the third player to score a century on Test debut, and the first player to score a century in the second innings on Test debut. Graham was also a leading Australian rules footballer, playing for Melbourne Football Club, firstly in the Victorian Football Association, where he was runner-up in the goal kicking in 1892 with 42 goals, before making a comeback in 1900 when he played two games with Melbourne in the new Victorian Football League.
- "Records | Test matches | Batting records | Hundred on debut | ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo. Retrieved 2017-03-07.
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- Harry Graham at CricketArchive (subscription required)
- Harry Graham at ESPNcricinfo
- Harry Graham's statistics from AFL Tables
- Brydon Coverdale, "Australia's Winter Allrounders: XI Test Cricketers who played Australian Rules football at the highest level", Cricinfo, 28 May 2007
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