Shane Warne Baggy Green Comes to Bradman Centre

13/01/20 Category: Blog Posted by:

We are excited to confirm that Shane Warne’s Baggy Green cap will be on permanent display at the Bradman Museum thanks to the generosity of the Commonwealth Bank.

To contribute to the bushfire recovery, Australia’s all-time leading Test wicket-taker, Shane Warne graciously donated his Baggy Green cap for auction. The CBA won the auction with a bid of over $1million and, following a 3-month tour around Australia, the cap will come to the Bradman Museum for permanent display.

The Bradman Museum is located in the Southern Highlands NSW where brave rural fire-fighters continue to save lives and property in the outer villages. We cannot adequately express our gratitude for their courageous efforts in ensuring that our entire community remain safe.

The Executive Director Rina Hore said: “The Bradman Museum is thrilled to be chosen for the honour of displaying the cap and believes it is fitting that the Baggy Greens of these two iconic Australian players, Sir Donald Bradman and Shane Warne, will sit side by side in the Museum for the public to enjoy”.

Read more here from cricket.com.au…

https://www.commbank.com.au/guidance/newsroom/cba-shane-warne-bushfire-relief-202001.html

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