Yearly Archives: 2021

Vale Ray Illingworth CBE (1932 – 2021)

Ray Illingworth passed away on 25th December 2021 A typically tough and indomitable Yorkshireman, Ray Illingworth was England’s 54th Test captain and one of its best-liked players during his career. … More »

Christmas Newsletter

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Bradman’s 1934 Ashes Bat

Part of the rich history of the Ashes, Sir Donald Bradman’s William Sykes & Son cricket bat – used in the record-breaking 1934 series in England – has been sold for … More »

Vale Eileen Ash

Eileen Ash (née Whelan) was the longest-lived Test cricketer. Her passing at the age of 110 brings to a close the most extraordinary innings for a woman who played for … More »

Batting For Afghanistan

The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan is heartbreaking. With more than 3.5 million Afghans displaced internally and up to 665,000 feeling the country since the start of the year, the situation … More »

Australia Claim Men’s T20 World Cup

Read the full Bradman Museum summary here After a stunning campaign, Aaron Finch’s side has claimed victory in the T20 World Cup, defeating New Zealand in a high-scoring Final in … More »

Pakistan V Australia Semi Final Preview

To read the full story on Stump to Stump, click HERE Following Monday’s announcement that they will tour Pakistan next year for the first time in more than two decades, … More »

Vale Keith Bradshaw

Statement from the Bradman Foundation following the passing of Keith Bradshaw (1963 – 2021) “People like Keith Bradshaw don’t come along very often, and when they leave us, not only … More »

England V New Zealand ICC T20 World Cup Semi Final Preview

Read the full story on StumptoStump HERE Quite literally inseparable in their last ICC Final, there is again no clear favourite as England and New Zealand prepare to lock horns … More »

Vale Alan Davidson AM MBE

The Sydney Cricket Ground has announced details of  a public memorial service for the life of Alan Davidson AM MBE. Details below: The Sydney Cricket Ground will host a public … More »

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