Donald Bradman scored an extraordinary 309 runs against England today during the 1930s Ashes cricket series.
This remains the highest score by a batsman in one day. At the end of his innings he had scored 334, the first of his two triple centuries. For many, Bradman is the greatest batsman of all time - when he retired in 1948 he had an incredible batting average of 99.94, still way beyond what any batsman has achieved since.
In memory of Bradman's extraordinary cricketing achievement, today we are drinking a Triple C Cocktail.
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