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Full name Frederick Henry Grisewood
Born April 11, 1888, Daylesford, Worcestershire
Died November 15, 1972, Grayshott, Hampshire (aged 84 years 218 days)
Major teams Worcestershire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Radley College; Magdalen College, Oxford
Frederick Henry ('Freddie') Grisewood, the well-known broadcaster, who died at Grayshott, Hampshire, on November 16, 1972 at the age of 84, played once for Worcestershire in 1908 against Oxford University at Oxford, scoring 1 and 6 not out. In the same year, while up at Magdalen College after being in the Eleven at Radley, he scored 47 and took 2 for 15 in the Freshman's Match, his side winning by 271 runs. Mr. Grisewood, however, did not represent his University in first-class cricket.
The Cricketer, January 1973
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