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Bradman

(ˈbrædmən)
n
(Biography) Sir Don(ald George). 1908–2001, Australian cricketer: an outstanding batsman
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Chief executive Tim Lamb said: "Don Bradman was easily the greatest name in cricket.
Karachi -- The portrait of India's master-blaster Sachin Tendulkar will be unveiled at the Bradman Museum on December 2, according to Monica Donoso, the Media and Cultural Projects Officer at the the Bradman Centre: the Home of Cricket Memories, Borwal, Australia.
Summary: Dubai [UAE], Dec 19 (ANI): Australian skipper and top-ranked Steve Smith's phenomenal run has lifted him to new heights in the latest ICC Test Player rankings as he has moved closer towards Don Bradman's highest-ever ranking points after a match-winning double-century in the third Ashes Test against England in Perth.
If you want to understand the influence of gamesmanship in sport, you need to study the life story of Australian cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman.
His true calling, hence, came in the form of an invitation to be inducted as the Bradman Foundation's latest honouree in Sydney.
However, the greatest batsman of all time is certainly Don Bradman whose test average of 99.94 is 46 higher than Tendulkar's, and like all the great batsmen of the past he wore no helmet and battled on uncovered wickets.
Cricket was blessed with Donald Bradman, Garfield Sobers and Sachin Tendulkar," Gavaskar told the gathering.
A redesigned three-flap carton lid closer will be introduced by Bradman Lake, Inc., at the Pack Expo, Oct.
As Sir Don Bradman shuffled across his stumps unconvincingly, leg-spinner Eric Hollies corkscrewed his delivery through The Don's prod.
SYDNEY: A leading expert is checking signatures by late cricket legend Donald Bradman sold by ex-England player Dermot Reeve which are said to be too messy to be genuine, the Bradman Foundation said on Monday.
JUSTIN Langer admitted that Sir Donald Bradman was "still in a league of his own" after overtaking a national legend to become the highest scoring Australian batsman in first-class cricket.
JUSTIN LANGER admitted that Sir Donald Bradman was "still in a league of his own" after becoming the highest scoring Australian batsman in first-class cricket.