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Alfred James 'Bulla' Ryan (27 April 1904 - 10 July 1990) was an
Australian sportsman. He represented South Australia at both
first-class cricket and Australian rules football. His cricket was
played mostly in the Sheffield Shield and he spent his football
career with South Adelaide in the South Australian National
Football League (SANFL). Ryan, a right-hander, batted in the middle
and lower order for South Australia. He was part of South
Australia's 1935/36 Sheffield Shield winning campaign, captained by
Don Bradman. That season, in a match against Queensland at
Brisbane, Ryan made his highest first-class score of 144.
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