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A right-handed opening batsman, Graham Gedye played unobtrusively for Auckland for several seasons before coming into prominence with two centuries in the match against Central Districts in 1963-64.
That performance propelled him into the New Zealand Test team for the three match series against South Africa, and he responded with two scores of 50. But after one match the following season against Pakistan, he was dropped, and when he then failed to be selected for the tours to India, Pakistan and England in 1965, he retired from first-class cricket.
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