THE ASHES TEST SERIES 1932-1933
Donald Bradman, an exceptionally gifted and opening batsman was affected by these close in fielders who interfered with his concentration. The second test held in Melbourne saw Bradman dismissed by English bowler Bill Bowes for a duck (without scoring). Many Australian players were later on as the series progressed injured as a result of this unsporting tactic of Bodyline. It was not only the Australian players who were aghast at the despicable tactics of the English, but also the Australian cricket authorities (now called the ACB).Jardine was finally ordered by the  snobby mob of English cricket  to cease his dangerous tactics. The laws of the game was in the end changed to ensure that this game, now played by many countries was played within the spirit of the game. to a spectator today watching this GREAT game it looks a little like bodyline,However the players wear adequate protection now although bowlers have caused death in some instances prior to world cricket altering things read here for all info on Australian cricket.
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