Sachin Tendulkar spends time with kids of Sir Don Bradman school
Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar visited Sir Donald Bradman's school at Bowral, New South Wales during his visit to Sydney on Thursday
Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar visited Sir Donald Bradman's school at Bowral, New South Wales during his visit to Sydney on Thursday.
RIGHT: Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar at the Bowral Public School
The 41-year-old, who was inducted as one of the honourees on Wednesday, met almost 540 students of the Bowral Public School. "Sachin landed at the Bradman Oval by helicopter and all our students waited to greet him.
"After a brief introduction, he met our school cricket team. The boys then bowled a few deliveries to him," Bowral Public School principal Wendy Buckley said.
"Our school captain, Michael Dowe welcomed Sachin and thanked him for th e visit. Sachin was very generous with his time. Bowral Public School is proud of our Bradman heritage and it was a lot of fun having Sachin here today," she added.
Sachin met Bradman in 1998 when he visited the legend on his 90th birthday.