William Eric Hollies (June 5, 1912 in Old Hill, Staffordshire – April 16, 1981, Chinley, Derbyshire) was an English cricketer who is mainly remembered for taking the wicket of Donald Bradman for a duck in Bradman\s final Test match innings, in which only 4 was needed for a Test average of 100. A leg spin bowler, Hollies made his English county debut for Warwickshire in 1932 and debuted for England in 1934, after showing his skill on the generally very easy Edgbaston wickets. Hollies did not spin the ball as much as most leg-spinners but he gained in accuracy as a result, and he very frequently bowled amazingly long spells for his county, most notably 73 overs in one innings against Worcestershire in 1949. He varied his stock leg-break with a top-spinner and googly that were difficult to detect and gained him many wickets, most famously the one of Bradman in 1948. He took over 100
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