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Graham, James:

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, 1612–50, Scottish nobleman and soldier.
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JAMES GRAHAM claims a physicist would be better placed than him to decide whether he grounded the ball for his controversial disallowed try.
Of the current squad, only James Graham, Ryan Hall, Sean O'Loughlin, James Roby, Ben Westwood and Gareth Widdop have ever tasted success against the Kiwis.
FORMER St Helens favourite James Graham will become the first Englishman to captain Canterbury Bulldogs after being chosen to succeed Michael Ennis.
MAJESTIC James Graham, centre, with Andy MacFarlane, left, and Mark Devine
FORMER St Helens prop James Graham has been recalled to the England team for tomorrow's World Cup group A match against Ireland at Huddersfield.
Fresh from a humiliating defeat by tournament minnows Italy, McNamara has had to deal with off-field distractions this week which culminated in the expulsion from his squad of second-row forward Gareth Hock and the non-selection of prop James Graham for today's clash.
RUGBY LEAGUE: Former St Helens captain James Graham will miss England's autumn internationals after being handed a 12-match ban for biting Billy Slater's ear.
ENGLAND forward James Graham is to face a hearing into an allegation that he bit the ear of Billy Slater during Sunday's NRL Grand Final.
JAMES Graham believes England are ready to take on the might of Australia at Wembley after steamrollering Wales in their opening match of the Gillette Four Nations Series.
Saints assault on honours next term will take place without the services of experienced prop James Graham following his move to Canterbury Bulldogs but at the end of a season in which youngsters such as Jonny Lomax, Lee Gaskell and Jamie Foster have excelled, the chairman is confident the club's youth system can continue to deliver talent that will light up Saints new 18,000 capacity home.
ENGLAND star James Graham believes Super League table-toppers Warrington and runners-up Wigan should have an easier route to the Grand Final.
Saints have half-back Johnny Lomax back from injury, although prop James Graham misses out with a dead leg, and following Huddersfield's defeat on Friday night they are even stronger contenders for a finish in the top four play-off places.