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Chairman’s Luncheon
30 April 2016

Daphne Benaud, wife of the late Richie Benaud, along with Richie’s brother John will return to Bradman Museum, Bowral on Saturday 30 April 2016. Read more here.

The Trophy Trail
Continues

Would you like to receive a trophy in the shape of an Emu Egg? How about a cow’s horn? Follow our trophy trail to discover some of the weird and wonderful trophies on display. Read more here.

Bradman Scholarship 2016
Announced

From over 50 applicants the Bradman Foundation would like to congratulate Tom Galvin of Bathurst, NSW for being the 2016 Bradman Scholarship recipient. Read more here.

The Bradman Centre
Thanks Lauren Cheatle

Thunder fans had an opportunity to meet with local international sporting star Lauren Cheatle and have their picture taken with the BBL and WBBL Twenty20 trophies. Read more here.

CHECK BEFORE YOU BUY

The Bradman Museum uses Chris Anderson to authenticate Sir Donald Bradman’s signature and all those considering buying memorabilia should as well. Chris has brought this item to our attention of what is floating around and being touted as originals, so buyer beware. Ebay item here.

Make a Donation

The Bradman Foundation has continuously invested in youth cricket and your support would be greatly appreciated. PRINT a donation form here or CLICK for an online donation.

Chris Anderson

EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.docexam.com.au
ADDRESS: PO Box 2778, Carlingford NSW 2118

Bradman’s First Bat
by David Wells

Bradman Curator David Wells explains the significance of Bradman’s first cricket bat (from ABC Open Illawarra on Vimeo).

Plot Your Pitch

We want everyone to “Plot Your Pitch” so we can show where cricket is played around the globe!

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Lauren Cheatle joins The Bradman Centre

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Luncheon with Special Guest Daphne Benaud

Daphne Benaud, wife of the late Richie Benaud, along with Richie’s brother John will return to Bradman Museum, Bowral on Saturday 30 April 2016. They are here to unveil a … More »

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