Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sean Abbott wins the Steve Waugh Medal

NSW Blues all-rounder Sean Abbott is the 2013/14 Steve Waugh Medallist, while Lend Lease Breakers batter Leah Poulton took out the Belinda Clark Medal. Both awards were presented during last … More »

NIC MADDINSON NAMED SIXERS PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT

Nic Maddinson has tonight been named the Sydney Sixers Player of the Tournament at the Cricket NSW annual Steve Waugh Meda. Maddinson, who played every match of BBL03, was the … More »

Brian Booth, Geoff Lawson and Margaret Peden to be inducted into Cricket NSW Hall of Fame

Brian Booth MBE, Geoff Lawson OAM and the late Margaret Peden will be inducted into the Cricket NSW Hall of Fame during tomorrow night’s Steve Waugh Medal Dinner at Doltone … More »

Stage 5

Stage 3 Australian Identity This site study will assist in the study of specific aspects of Australia’s social, cultural and political development between the wars, including the significance, achievements and … More »

Stage 3

Stage 3 Australian Identity This program focuses upon the notion of nation and place in the wider world; from ones local role in their community to international responsibility. Students will … More »

Bob Lemcke 1946 Scorebook

The Bradman Museum’s newest acquisition captures a moment in Australian history. Bob Lemcke became stone deaf as a baby in 1931 after contracting whooping cough. He struggled at school despite … More »

Spotlight on ICC AFFILIATE Nation: Austria

Cricket is still a relatively new sport in Austria. With no early association with the British Empire it is probably not surprising that this is the case. It wasn’t until … More »

Mark Cosgrove returns for Qualifying Finals – Sydney First Grade Preview

Sydney Sixers and Tasmanian top order batsman, Mark Cosgrove, has been named in the Mosman squad for this weekend’s First Grade Qualifying Final against Randwick Petersham at Coogee Oval (March … More »

Stage 2

Stage 2 Biography and Batting Many biographies and editorials have been written about Sir Donald Bradman, some accurate and some based on assumption. Bradman has been said to be the … More »

Stage 1

Stage 1 The Olden Days – Bradman to Warner This program focuses upon the difference a generation can make. Through investigating primary sources in the museum such as clothing, music, … More »

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