Bradman


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Bradman

(ˈbrædmən)
n
(Biography) Sir Don(ald George). 1908–2001, Australian cricketer: an outstanding batsman
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Amazingly, Bradman averaged a hundred in every three innings he played, his footwork always swift and sure.
Johannesburg, Oct 24 ( ANI ): Indian cricket player Sachin Tendulkar was the only one from his country named in the all-time Test World XI to mark the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, which had Australian great Don Bradman as the captain.
A bat owned by Sir Donald Bradman created history when it sold last September for AUD$145,000.
Langley Holdings PLC Retford, Nottinghamshire, UK, has acquired the business and assets of Bradman Lake, the integrated packaging technologies group.
The Bradman Lake Group is proud to announce that planning permission has been granted for a new multi million pound manufacturing site to be built in Norwich in the United Kingdom.
Ricky Ponting will go on to become Australia's greatest batsman since Don Bradman, according to former captain Steve Waugh.
As a result of our meeting with Hugh and Gordon, who gave our views a very open reception, we have been asked to take the opportunity in one of the workshops to present our ideas on Don Bradman.
But there is a batsman who had the laugh even on Bradman.
Teacher Stephen Bradman said: ``The children have been having a lot of fun this week learning about the police force.
Johannesburg, Aug 16 ( ANI ): A bat used by Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman and autographed by his 1948 'Invincibles' side was reportedly auctioned for 65,000 dollars in Melbourne on Thursday.
The bat that Bradman used during that historic match is being offered for sale by Leski Auctions in Melbourne.
Two of the largest confectionery multinationals decided on the spot to order this latest example of the Bradman Lake Group's technological advances.