Don Bradman

Full name:Donald George Bradman
Born:27th August 1908, Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia
Died:25th February 2001, Kensington Park, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Occasional wicket-keeper
Education:Bowral Intermediate High School
Biography:Created a Knight in 1949 New Year's Honours. Appointed Companion of the Order of Australia in 1979 Queen's Birthday Honours
Teams:Australia (Test: 1928/29-1948); New South Wales (Main FC: 1927/28-1933/34); South Australia (Main FC: 1935/36-1948/49); Rest of Australia (Other FC: 1928/29-1939/40); Australian XI (Other FC: 1928/29-1947/48); Australia (Other FC: 1928/29-1948); WM Woodfull's XI (Other FC: 1929/30); Australians (Other FC: 1930-1948); VY Richardson's XI (Other FC: 1933/34); DG Bradman's XI (Other FC: 1936/37-1948/49); AR Morris' XI (Other FC: 1948/49); All teams
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1931
Wisden Cricketer of the Century: 2000
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
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Pictures:Don Bradman led Australia out at Mannofield in 1948
 Memorial to Don Bradman

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1928/29-1948)
Australia528010699633499.94 291332
Test Career Bowling (1930-1947/48)
Australia16037221-836.00 0080.00 2.70

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1927/28-1948/49)
Overall2343384328067452*95.14 117691311
First-Class Career Bowling (1927/28-1948/49)
Overall2114231367363-3537.97 0058.72 3.87





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