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The Jardine v Bradman that didn't happen

In 1934, Donald Bradman re-confirmed his status as the best batsman in the world. In that year's Ashes series in England, he was his usual self and, not surprisingly, Leeds once again proved to be his happy hunting ground.

Douglas Jardine was present at Leeds, albeit as a journalist.

Bradman looked in imperious touch and as he moved inexorably to his triple century, one spectator looked up at the press box and shouted, "We want you out there, Jardine!"