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William Eric Hollies for a duck
He was bowled on the first ball for a duck (zero). Four runs would have left him an average of 100 - it ended on 99.94
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His last game lmao
The sport is cricket in which the batter is bowled out without scoring a single run (out for a duck).
Cricket ,a Maiden refers to a bowler , bowling usually 6 times (an Over) without conceding a run , a Batsman is said to be out for a Duck when he is Bowled out for no runs.
0. In his last ever Test match he was out for a duck on the second ball.
alan bedsar was the only bowler who got him out twice
He was bowled out for a duck (0) on his second ball, giving him a test average of 99.94
Australian batsman Don Bradman captained Australia on 24 occasions in Test matches, scoring a second-ball duck in his second innings as captain.
During Sir Donald Bradman's incredible cricketing career, he made a total of 211 centuries, played 80 tests for Australia (most of them as captain), and made 6996 test runs. In the English summer of 1930 Bradman scored 974 runs over the course of the five Ashes tests, the highest individual total in any test series. Bradman's batting average of 99.94 from his 52 Tests was nearly double the average of any other player before or since.