Donald George Bradman was born at Cootamundra on August 27 1908
Made his debut for NSW
Bradman completed a century  on his debut in first-class cricket, for New South Wales vs. South Australia.
Debut for Australia
Bradman made his test debut for Australia vs. England at Brisbane.
Bradman made 112 for Australia vs. England in the third test match at Melbourne. This was his first test century.
Highest Individual First-class Score
Bradman scored 452 not out, then the world’s record individual score in a first-class match, New South Wales vs. Queensland at Sydney.
World Record Test Score
Bradman scored 334 for Australia vs. England in the third test at Leeds, then the world’s record test score.
Tenth Double Century
Bradman made 258 vs. South Australia at Adelaide, the tenth double century of his career.
Most Runs in a Day
Bradman made 223 runs vs. West Indies in the third test in Brisbane, the most runs ever scored by a player in a test match in Australia in one day
Last Match for NSW
In his last ever match for NSW Bradman scores a century in 87 minutes.
Bradman scored 304 against England at Leeds thereby becoming the only batman in history to make two treble centuries in Test cricket.
World Record Partnership
Bradman made 244 for Australia vs. England in the fifth test match at the Oval. Ponsford and Bradman together put on 451, a world record for a second wicket partnership.
Debut for South Australia
Bradman made a century  on his first appearance in a Sheffield Shield match for South Australia against New South Wales.
Captain of Australia
Bradman captained Australia for the first time in a test match vs. England at Brisbane.
100 First-class Centuries
Bradman made 172 for an Australian XI vs. Indians at Sydney, his 100th century in first-class cricket (first by an Australian) in 295 innings. Beating the previous best of Wally Hammond (England) who got to the mark in 679 innings.
Bradman made 115 for Australians vs. Western Australia at Perth. it was his eighth century for the season, a record for Australian cricket.
Last Ever Test innings
Bradman was bowled by Hollies for a duck in the fifth test match at the Oval. It was Beadman's last ever test innings.
Knighthood was conferred on Donald Bradman in recognition of his services to cricket.
Death of Sir Donald Bradman in Adelaide from complications associated with pneumonia, aged 92.