Australia batsman Adam Voges takes Test average over 100 Move Ahead Of Sir Bradman
Australia\'s Adam Voges has been likened to legend Sir Donald Bradman after lifting his average to more than 100 in the first Test against New Zealand. Voges, 36, ended day two in Wellington on 176 not out to move ahead of Bradman, whose career average of 99.94 from 52 Tests is the best of all time. Voges\' average is 100.33, although that would drop to 92.4 if he did not score any more runs in his 19th Test innings. Voges has scored three successive centuries, adding to the 269 not out and an unbeaten 106 against West Indies in December to take him past India legend Sachin Tendulkar\'s record of most Test runs between dismissals, which stood at 497. He has extended that to 551 runs but he should have been out for seven in the final over of Friday\'s first day at the Basin Reserve when he was bowled by Doug Bracewell - but English umpire Richard Illingworth called a no-ball, when television replays showed it was a legitimate delivery.