Past batsman for Gloucestershire and Britain. He was called Wisden Cricketer of the entire year in 1953 and became an ICC Cricket Hall of Famer. He was created in Driving Mill and started his profession with Gloucestershire soon after Globe Battle II. He became the 1st player since Globe Battle II to rating one hundred hundreds of years in 1964. His nephew may be the previous Britain chairman of selectors David Graveney. He and Dennis Amiss are two from the just batsman to possess ever scored a hundred first-class hundreds of years.
|1||His nephew, the very tall David Graveney, also captained Gloucestershire and is now chairman of the England selectors.|
|2||His brother, Ken Graveney, captained Gloucestershire in the mid-sixties after Tom had moved to Worcestershire, following his removal from the captaincy by an extremely foolish cricket council.|
|3||Ran a public house near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, for several years.|
|4||Former county cricketer for Gloucestershire and Worcestershire, who also played 79 times for England. Turned to commentating for BBC television after he had retired from playing.|
|5||President of the MCC in 2004/5.|
|Walter Hammond - A Cricketing Great||1987||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|BBC TV Cricket||1986||TV Series||Himself - Summariser|
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