Bradman In Wisden

Author: Wisden
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
ISBN: 9781740666329
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"The history of Sir Donald Bradman as told in Wisden Cricketer's Almanack"--Provided by publisher.

Wisden On Bradman

Author: Graeme Wright
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ISBN: 9781864980110
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Includes all 234 first class games in which Sir Donald Bradman played, including edited match reports and scorecards. Complementing the matches are essays about Bradman and by Bradman himself.

Wisden Cricketers Of The Year

Author: Simon Wilde
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408140845
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Wisden thought it remarkable he did not break down under the strain, and said
that without him “it is fairly certain the Australians would have gone back without
the Ashes”. As it was, a bruised finger limited him to 24 wickets in his last eight
matches. While Grimmett, who generally bowled in a cap to hide his baldness,
had to wait until his thirties for significant success (though this did not stop him
becoming the first to 200 Test wickets), Bradman struck a century in his first first-
class ...

Bradman S Band

Author: Ashley Mallett
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
ISBN: 9780702231414
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The Bradman phenomenon 1. R. C. Robertson-Glasgow, Wisden: Cricketers'
Almanack, 1949 (86th edition), published by Sporting Handbooks Ltd, 13 Bedford
Sq. London, proprietors John Wisden & Co., p. 77. 2. Neville Cardus, article in
Wisden: Cricketers' Almanack, 1963, reproduced in Wisden on Bradman (
Graeme Wright ed.),Hardie Grant Books, London, 1999, p. 33. 3. A. G. (Johnny)
Moyes, A Century of Cricketers, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1950, p. 109. 4.
Letter from Don ...

Sir Donald Bradman Memorabilia

Author: James Merchant
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503508617
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Page 165. 134 Wisdon Cricket Monthly, September 1979. Inside Back Cover 135
McKenzie, John. www.mckenziecricket.co.uk, email to James Merchant, 29th
April 2014 136 Private Collection. Coalport Century of Centuries Sir Donald
Bradman Plate Back Stamp 137 Private Collection. Coalport Century of Centuries
Sir Donald Bradman Plate Back Stamp 138 Wisden Cricket Monthly, November
1984. Page 32 139 Daylesford & District Historical Society Inc Collection.
Bradman Bust.

Wisden On India

Author: Jonathan Rice
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408162636
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Australia v India Fourth Test, played atAdelaide, January 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 1948
Although they gained another overwhelming success, and in so doing won the
rubber, the match was a personal triumph for Hazare, who followed Bradman's
example in the Third Test and hit a hundred in each innings. Against such a
powerful attack as that possessed by the Australians, this was a truly remarkable
performance. To balance this, however, Bradman was once again in irresistible
form, ...

Wisden On Yorkshire

Author: Duncan Hamilton
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 140817040X
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At the end of his valedictory 'Invincibles' tour of England in 1948, Yorkshire
awarded Donald Bradman its equivalent of the Order of Merit. It gave him
honorary life membership of the club, which was tantamount to making him an
honorary Yorkshireman too. The newly christened Tyke responded politely, 'I
shall never cherish any memory more than the reception in Leeds,' he said. 'Not
only was it the greatest I have ever received in this country, but also the greatest I
have ever received ...

The Essential Wisden

Author: John Stern
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408178966
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An Anthology of 150 Years of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack John Stern, Marcus
Williams. several features about his batting with which one could not fail to be
struck. To an eye almost uncanny in its power to gauge the length of a ball was
allied really beautiful footwork. Bradman seldom played forward as a means of
defence; he nearly always stepped back to meet the ball with a vertical bat. A
glorious driver, he hit the ball very hard, while his placing was almost invariably
perfect.

Wisden On The Ashes

Author: Steven Lynch
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 147293380X
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Bodyline – the practice of stacking the legside field with catchers and then
bouncing the ball fast at the batsman's body and head – restricted Bradman to an
average of “only” 56.57, and England won the Ashes easily (4–1), so it might be
said to have worked, although the fuss it caused meant it was a victory achieved
at considerable cost. Wisden's coverage of the controversy shows up the timelag
in communications in the 1930s, compared to our instant satellite gratification.

The Wisden Guide To International Cricket 2014

Author: Steven Lynch
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408194732
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Most appearances Mostruns Mostwickets Highest scores 380 ML Hayden v
Zimbabwe at Perth 2003-04 334* MA Taylor v Pakistan at Peshawar 1998-99
334 DG Bradman v England at Leeds 1930 329* MJ Clarke v India at Sydney
2011-12 311 RB Simpson v England at Manchester 1964 307 RM Cowper v
England at Melbourne 1965-66 304 DG Bradman v England at Leeds 1934 299*
DG Bradman v South Africa at Adelaide 1931-32 270 DG Bradman v England at
Melbourne ...