Cigarette card distributed during the Australian cricket team's tour of England, 1934.

This Day in History: Jul – Australian cricketer Donald Bradman scores a world record 309 runs in one day, on his way to the highest individual Test innings of during a Test match against England.

Australian Rules Football ( AFL ) Collingwood Magpies

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Soldiers playing Australian Rules football

Soldiers playing Australian Rules football

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SUMMER SPORT: Australian Rules Football is crazy awesome action In a little yellow ball-- the only way to survive the hockey off-season! I want to attend a game in person

Australian Rules Football played at the MCG compliments of http://www.flickr.com/photos/hradcanska/3955182041/

Melbourne Cricket Ground - The Mighty MCG

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Sir Don Bradman’s first test cricket bat fetched a record price of $ 107,110 at an auction. Purchased by an undisclosed Australian buyer, the bat was signed by the entire Australian cricket team of year 1928-29 as well as England’s team which won the series by 4-1. As per the auctioneer, this is a record price for a cricket bat. Bradman was dropped after his inauspicious debut, and later he donated the bat to a competition run by a Sydney newspaper to raise money for a children’s hospital.

Sir Don Bradman’s first test cricket bat fetched a record price of $ 107,110 at an auction. Purchased by an undisclosed Australian buyer, the bat was signed by the entire Australian cricket team of year 1928-29 as well as England’s team which won the series by 4-1. As per the auctioneer, this is a record price for a cricket bat. Bradman was dropped after his inauspicious debut, and later he donated the bat to a competition run by a Sydney newspaper to raise money for a children’s hospital.

Australian cricket team (L) waits for ruling on appeal for lbw against West Indies batsman Kraigg Brathwaite (R) with teammate Adrian Barath (2nd R) during the second day of the second-of-three Test matches between Australia and West Indies April 16, 2012 at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Australia got the appeal.

Australian cricket team (L) waits for ruling on appeal for lbw against West Indies batsman Kraigg Brathwaite (R) with teammate Adrian Barath (2nd R) during the second day of the second-of-three Test matches between Australia and West Indies April 16, 2012 at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Australia got the appeal.


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