Giffen pictured centre (back row) with the 1893 Australia national cricket team
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Walter Frank Giffen (20 September 1861 in Norwood – 28 June 1949 in Adelaide) was an Australian cricketer who played in 3 Tests between 1887 and 1892. He was the brother of the great all-rounder George Giffen.
Giffen lost the tops of two fingers when he got his left hand trapped between a pair of cog-wheels in 1886.
Giffen worked for the South Australian Gas Company for nearly 50 years.
- "Where'd he come from?". Cricinfo. Retrieved 22 December 2010.
- The Advertiser, "Death of Mr W.F. Giffen", 29 June 1949, p. 4
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