Don Bradman: Sir Donald's Speech at the Opening of the Bradman Museum 1XSWC

By: Don Bradman and Denys

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Don Bradman: Sir Donald's Speech at the Opening of the Bradman Museum 1XSWC by Don Bradman and Denys Roberts
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ABC Adults Audio: ABC Books & Audio / BBC Audi.., 1990. On October 14 1989, Sir Donald Bradman returned to Bowral, his home town, for the opening of the Bradman Musem at Bradman Oval and, in a very moving speech, recalled his life at Bowral. Sir Donald had attended a dinner at the Regent Hotel in Sydney the previous evening where the Bradman Scholarships Scheme was launched. The 600 guests heard two outstanding speeches, one by Sir Donald, who spo ke frankly and humourously about cricket, cricketers, his family and his life, and the other by Sir Denys Roberts, President of the MCC.<p>. Audio cassette. New.

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