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Coral Vass and her new picture book 'Meet Don Bradman'

I feel very lucky today to welcome Coral Vass to my blog to celebrate the launch of her latest book. It’s part of the Random House ‘Meet Series’ about the extraordinary men and women who have shaped Australia’s history. 583 more words

Is Virat Kohli the greatest batsman ever to be born?

At one time Don Bradman, a cricketing legend, dominated test cricket with an average of 99.94.

Sachin Tendulkar, with first double ton and maximum 100s and 50s, remains the best every… 193 more words

Sports

The Don

“As long as Australia has Bradman she will be invincible … It is almost time to request a legal limit on the number of runs Bradman should be allowed to make.” 543 more words

Game

Reflections after the First Test

It has now been one day since the completion of the First Test in Australia’s tour of New Zealand and it was a good one to watch from an Australian perspective however the match was without it’s fair share of controversy. 502 more words

Cricket

Fast Bowler

Sid is just annoyed, annoyed from yesterday, he is constantly trying to pick up a fight with his elder brother Gautam. But his brother just shunning him away with sheer disinterest and sarcastic smile, normally it’s the other way around, Gautam and his best buddy Sonu is always picking on him, bullying him. 1,211 more words

Shortest Stories

What it Means to Being Sachin Tendulkar

“A journey of a thousand mile begins with a single smile”.

When a diminutive boy of just 16-year made his debut against Pakistan at the chilly winter in December 1989, the entire world was oblivious of the fact that it would herald a new era – Cricket got its best ambassador ever. 813 more words

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The state of domestic cricket

THE STATE OF DOMESTIC CRICKET

By Andrew Pelechaty

The inaugural 2006 Big Bash was a modest affair. The six states played in two groups: Victoria, WA and SA in Group A; NSW, QLD, Tasmania in Group B. 961 more words

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