Legendary English batsman Walter Reginald Hammond (1903-1965) was born on June 19, 1903 in Kent. A contemporary of Don Bradman, Hammond scored 7249 runs from 85 Tests, with a highest of 336* against New Zealand in Auckland. Hammond captained England in 20 Tests, winning 4, losing 3 and drawing 13. He was a prolific run-getter for Gloucestershire, raking up more than 50,000 runs in first-class cricket. Take a look at some images from his career in this collection.