Don Bradman's run scoring feats on the 1930 tour of England is well known.
It is that series which established him as the best batsman in the world.
Back home, a particular group of Aborigines were mightily impressed by his batting.
When the radio cables came through with the scores, it was night time in Australia.
Bradman's 309 runs in a single day at Leeds made one Aborigine remark:
"If this plurry fella can score 309 runs in the dark, what he gonna do in daylight?"