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AuthorBradman, Donald, Sir, 1908-2001.
TitleEnglish wickets easy for batting, yet not so perfect as Australian : umpires are capable, judicial and splendid
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 10, 1930, p. 299-301.
SummaryNumber 11 in the series of articles written by Bradman for the "Referee" magazine, in which he talks about English wickets, English umpiring, the crowds, scoring cards, left-hand bowlers and various other topics relating to his 1930 Test Match experiences in England.
CopyrightSupport of the Bradman family is acknowledged for this item. A copy may be made for the purpose of research or study, but further publication requires the permission of the Library.