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India vs Australia SCG Test Stats: Incredible Smith breaks Don Bradman's record
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Smith trumps Don to fuel chase

AGENCIES Sydney, 8 January Steve Smith eclipsed a Don Bradman record by powering a furious Australian run chase to set a massive target for India in the final Sydney Test on Friday. The Australian skipper with the Midas touch went ... The Statesman, 3 weeks ago
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Special bats made by Don Ward made record breakers....

Bradman, Hutton, Sobers and others... In the good old days, there was one person by the name of Don Ward who was an expert in the making of cricket bats and all the top cricketers used to go to him to select the bats they prefer. In his factory ...
 Sunday Observer1 week ago Kumar Sangakkara to Ponder Further on Retirement Plans with Don Bradman's Record  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Sangakkara wants Bradman mark  Sky Sports3 weeks ago Don Bradman record has Kumar Sangakarra reconsidering retirement  Zee News4 weeks ago
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First Post.com

India vs Australia: Hosts 251-6 after day 4, 348 ahead of India

Steve Smith scored a half-century and passed one of Don Bradman's milestones on Friday as he led Australia to 251-6 in its second innings after four days of the fourth test against India, a lead of 348 runs. Smith made 71 off 70 balls and ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Match Report: Smith, Burns help Australia push lead to 348 runs  First Post.com3 weeks ago India face tough last day at the SCG  ENCA3 weeks ago Australia skipper Steve Smith feasts on Indian attack  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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India Today

Sangakkara a double ton away from Bradman's record

batsman Kumar Sangakkara Sunday said he would love to equal the record of Australian legend Don Bradman's 12 double hundreds which will in effect motivate him to prolong his Test career. The Sri Lankan great became the fifth man to reach 12,000 runs during ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Sportscope : Sangakkara and Smith bring Bradman back to life  Sunday Observer3 weeks ago Sangakkara a double ton away from equalling Bradman's record  India Today3 weeks ago Evergreen Kumar Sangakkara scores 11th Test double ton  Zee News4 weeks ago
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Warner in the company of Sir Don Bradman, Harvey

David Warner became the fourth Australian to register at least 10 centuries after 33 Tests and joined an elite company that includes the likes ofSir Don Bradman and Neil Harvey from the famed 'Invincibles' squad of 1948. - Scorecard Opening the innings, Warner smashed his way to a rollicking 145 on the opening day of the first Test against India at the Adelaide Oval, laying the platform for a big first-innings total. Besides Warner, Bradman (18 centuries) and Harvey ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Warner does a Bradman: Second Aussie to hit tons in each innings vs India  Rediff.com1 month ago I have taken Indian bowlers down: David Warner  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka2 weeks ago India vs Australia: David Warner joins elite company with 10th Test ton  Zee News1 month ago

Don Bradman Cricket 14 to Launch February 13 for PS4, Xbox One

TEHRAN (FNA)- Don Bradman Cricket 14 for PS4 and Xbox One will launch in the UK on February 13, one day later than its debut in Australia and New Zealand, HES announced. The release date applies to both the retail and digital versions of the game.
 Fars News Agency4 days ago Don Bradman Cricket 14 Coming to PS4 and Xbox One in February  NDTV1 month ago
NEWS.com.au

'Extraordinary' AB de Villiers better than Bradman - Willis

AB de Villiers is a better batsman than Sir Don Bradman. That is the stunning assessment by former England bowler Bob Willis after watching the South African captain crack the fastest century in one-day international history against the West Indies ...
 ONE News1 week ago De Villiers better than Bradman  NEWS.com.au1 week ago

Keep scoring

Kudos to Kumar Sangakkara for scoring his 11th double century, one short of Don Bradman’s record. While Bradman achieved this feat in just 80 innings, Sangakkara’s achievement is no less. At this rate, if he plays another 40 to 45 Tests, we are sure he ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
WA Today

Labour of love as Manuka Oval scoreboard crew honour history

Robert Tunningly behind the Jack Fingleton scoreboard. It has kept score for Don Bradman, registered the tallies of gold medals at the 1956 Olympic Games and recorded countless results of VFL grand finals. Now the Jack Fingleton scoreboard is ...
 WA Today2 weeks ago
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BBC

Skipper Smith passes Bradman mark

Steve Smith eclipsed a Don Bradman record as Australia chased victory over India in the fourth Test in Sydney. The captain hit 71 off 70 balls to pass Bradman's 1947/48 record of 715 for most Australian runs in a series against India. Australia ...
 Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago Smith passes Bradman's mark  Herald Sun3 weeks ago Late hitting puts Aussies in prime position  Perth Now3 weeks ago Greg Buckle Smashed: Late hitting puts Aussies in prime position  Tasmania Mercury3 weeks ago
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