Monthly Archives: September 2016
Stage 2/3 Historical Inquiry – Australian Identities
Bradman By Numbers
Australian cricket icon, Sir Donald Bradman, has inspired generations of young cricketers – and his batting prowess will now educate students as part of Cricket Australia’s Cricket Smart curriculum. The … More »
Vale – Max Walker AM
Born in Tasmania in 1948 the year of Don Bradman’s Invincible’s all-conquering Ashes Tour of Great Britain, the affable Maxwell Henry Norman Walker was one of cricket’s gentleman players in … More »
Vale – Michael James Ball AO – Former Chairman, Bradman Foundation
Michael was instrumental and highly successful in the fund-raising, planning and construction of the rejuvenated Bradman Museum to include The International Cricket Hall of Fame – which was opened in … More »
Revised junior formats aim to attract and keep Australian kids in cricket
The way junior cricket is played in Australia is set to change with format revisions designed to increase fun, action and skill development for young players Cricket Australia, and State … More »
Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars Sri Lanka Squad Announced
The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars squad for next month’s tour of Sri Lanka has been named, with Grace Harris and Nicole Bolton joining a 14-strong group featuring 12 players who … More »
Growing Cricket for Girls additional funding announced
Listen to audio media content here. A huge appetite for cricket for girls and women has prompted Cricket Australia to double its new funding pool this year. The Growing Cricket … More »
27 August 2016 marks 108 years since the great Sir Donald Bradman was born.
Some of the Australian Cricket Team’s current stars take a look at the differences between the game now and when Bradman was at the peak of his batting powers.