SYDNEY - The blazer worn by Australian cricketing great Donald Bradman during his first series as test captain sold for A$132,000 on Monday, local media reported. The green jacket with gold piping and the Australia crest on the breast pocket was worn by the batsman when he led the Australians against the English tourists in the 1936-37 Ashes series, which the home side won 3-2. It had been expected to sell for A$70,000-90,000 but bids had reached the A$100,000 mark when the hammer went down at the auction house in Melbourne.