The A-Z of Bradman - Alan Eason - Paperback
'The A-Z of Bradman' is an indispensable guide for all cricket fans and all those who recognise Sir Donald Bradman as a great Australian. From Aberdeen, where Bradman played his last innings in Great Britain, to Zanetti, whose cartoon eloquently caught the mood of Australia following his death, this book is a comprehensive companion to the life and career of the world's greatest cricketer. The entries include entertaining sidelights such as 'Granny' Scholz, the Cootamundra midwife who delivered Donald George Bradman, thus literally becoming the first person to get him out, and the plague of grasshoppers that he encountered in Canada in 1932. Alan Eason's careful and comprehensive research has been organised into more than 900 readable entries which give clear details of the lives of Bradman and his family, together with his acquaintances, friends, teammates, and even Oscar Bunt, the Southern Highlands table tennis champion whose invincibility was dented by Bradman at Bowral in 1925.
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