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Bradman

Sir Don(ald George). 1908--2001, Australian cricketer: an outstanding batsman
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Smith is already ahead of Bradman with regard to the number of Tests at the top.
Smith's series tally of 426 runs at an average of 142 has elevated him to joint-second in the all-time list of the world's greatest batsmen, according to the International Cricket Council, alongside former England captain Len Hutton and behind only his own peerless compatriot Bradman.
It would appear that if an Australian cricketer wants to be knighted, he must eclipse the imperious Bradman.
Don Bradman continues a series of books that includes names such as Ned Kelly, Banjo Patterson, Mary MacKillop, Weary Dunlop, Douglas Mawson and Sidney Nolan.
He was at the Sydney Cricket Ground for the first quarter-final with his wife Vimla, and an equally passionate cricket loving brother Lachu Bhatia, watching the match from the Bradman pavilion in the most prestigious and prominent Bradman lounge of the stadium.
Australian cricket legend Don Bradman, is fronting a game that claims to be the most realistic cricket game to date.
Don Bradman Cricket 14's PS3 and Xbox 360 releases have been well received by critics and currently hold scores of 77 and 73 respectively on Metacritic.
WHEN Don Bradman returned to the dressing room after making a duck in his final Test innings, he looked around at his team-mates and said: 'Fancy doing a thing like that.
Godfrey Bradman paid PS10,000 in 1988 to get the DC Comics team to make a special edition featuring his son Daniel, some friends and family.
Cricket was blessed with Donald Bradman, Garfield Sobers and Sachin Tendulkar," Gavaskar told the gathering.
It is not hard to imagine, then, the surprise of Daniel, son of British property tycoon Godfrey Bradman, when he received a special edition for his 13th birthday and Bar Mitzvah in 1988.