Adam Voges beats Don Bradman with 100 average

WELLINGTON: On the second day of the New Zealand-Australia first Test in Wellington on Saturday, Adam Voges became the first batsman ever in Test cricket to reach the magical average of 100 thus beating the legendary Don Bradman, whose average was 99.94.

At the end of Day 2, Adam Voges was going strong on 176 and had scored 1204 runs in 14 matches at an average of 100.33.

Australia finished the day with 463 for 6 and leads New Zealand by 280 runs.

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