- Repository National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
- Reference ORAL TRC 5755
- Date Range 3-Jan-07 - 3-Jan-07
3 sound files (ca. 129 min.) Betty Wilson was considered to be Australia’s greatest women’s player of cricket. She was a household name in post war Australia and dubbed “the female Bradman”. Wilson became the first Test cricketer (male or female) to make a century and claim 10 wickets against England. She was inducted into Australia’s Sports Hall of Fame (1985) After her retirement she maintained a strong interest in women’s cricket becoming a much-loved and respected figure.
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