Don Bradman Cricket 14 achievements
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Don Bradman Cricket 14

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There are a maximum of 35 Don Bradman Cricket 14 achievements worth 2,474 (1,000)

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Opening Stand in Don Bradman Cricket 14

Opening Stand75 (30)

This is a rare achievementScore 300 runs in a Test match with your opening batsmen.

  • Unlocked by 83 tracked gamers (16% - TA Ratio = 2.50) 526  

Achievement Guide for Opening Stand

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ROGUE 1992
923,260 (565,858)
ROGUE 1992
Achievement won on 03 Apr 14
TA Score for this game: 1,696
Posted on 05 April 14 at 11:03
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Go on casual match.

Using two controls pick aus all time teams and Canada.
On bradman oval. Mode test.

Go to batting line up and replace one of the openers with Donald bradman. This will also unlock the score 200runs with a captain achievement.

Have the second control bowl first only bowl A deliverys only pressing down on the bowling stick to avoid dead balls.

With batsmen hold RT, left stick up and right stick over your shoulders. This should cause the ball to go for four or six every time.
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murdok84
229,522 (129,372)
murdok84
Achievement won on 25 Apr 14
TA Score for this game: 2,474
Posted on 25 July 14 at 10:22, Edited on 23 August 15 at 21:30
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Alternative method to ROGUE 1992 solution. You can get this along with Captain's Knock achievement, if you pick a team with a captain that opens the batting, obviously. I chose South Africa (Graeme Smith as Captain). You could probably do it with England, as Alistair Cook should be Captain. I can't confirm this, as I haven't played with England.

You want to go onto casual, pick your team and then choose Russia (worst team in the game), set difficulty to rookie and choose test match. Doesn't matter if you don't bat first, as you can skittle the opposition out for pretty much single digits. Once you get round to batting, and if you're rubbish at batting like me, then what you'll want to do, is save every few overs.

When you are batting, and press start, you'll have the option to save and exit. Personally, I did this every few overs or every 20 runs, because I was new to the batting aspect and to be frank, I was useless. If you're confident with you're batting skills, you shouldn't have to save too often.

It might take an hour or 2 to get the achievement if you use the save and exit method. I don't know why this game couldn't just have a save option?!
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