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Sir Donald Bradman is an Australian sporting legend. No other sportsperson in Australian history has captured the respect and admiration of the sporting public the way `The Don`, the cricketer from Bowral in the State of New South Wales (NSW), has done.
During his 21 years of first-class cricket, Bradman achieved everything that was possible in the sport - he captained his South Australian Sheffield Shield team; was a State selector; Test selector; and captain of the Australian Team for almost a decade, including of the 1948 Australian Test team known as The Invincibles.
|Address:||Brunton Avenue, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, 3000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -37.820646|
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|Monument Designer:||Louis Laumen|
Sir Donald Bradman 1908 - 2001. The Don played 52 tests for Australia from 1928 to 1948. He was capain in 24 tests scoring 6996 runs at a world record average of 99.94. His amazing first class batting record of 117 centuries included 19 at the MCG.