Full name Robert Graham
Born September 16, 1877, Grahamstown, Cape Province
Died April 21, 1946, Upperton, Eastbourne, Sussex, England (aged 68 years 217 days)
Major teams South Africa, Cape Colony, Western Province
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|Test debut||South Africa v England at Johannesburg, Feb 14-16, 1899 scorecard|
|Last Test||South Africa v England at Cape Town, Apr 1-4, 1899 scorecard|
|First-class span||1897/98 - 1897/98|
Robert Graham was a medium-pacer who was selected to play for South Africa against England on the strength of his 5 for 54 against the tourists for Cape Colony. His two performances (in what were his third and fourth first-class matches) were unimpressive. He was selected to tour England with South Africa in 1901, although he failed to seriously press for a place in their Test side. His finest hour came when he took 8 for 90 against Worcestershire in a tied match. A tail-ender of limited ability, his only first-class fifty came when he top-scored with 63* against Leicestershire while batting at No. 11. Martin Williamson
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