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Friday, 9 November 2018

Warner falls in grade cricket clash with Smith


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David Warner has been dismissed for 13 in his his Sydney Grade Cricket match against Steve Smith's Sutherland, by none other than the son of Aussie legend Steve Waugh.

The former Australia opener, serving a 12-month suspension from first-class cricket for his role in the ball-tampering scandal, turned out for Sydney Premier Cricket side Randwick Petersham.

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Batting first for Randwick in front of about 500 people at Sydney's Coogee Oval on Saturday, Warner looked in nice touch off his legs but was caught at gully slashing at a ball outside off stump from Austin Waugh.

As Warner walked off the pitch, he came across former teammate Smith but neither reacted to one another.

Warner has already struck two centuries this year in grade cricket as he and Smith serve their 12-month bans from elite Australian cricket following the ball-tampering scandal.

Warner and Smith are free to return to the national set up at the end of March, with their first match back likely to come in next year's one-day World Cup in England.

Saturday's clash features a wealth of talent, with Shane Watson also turning out for Sutherland and Warner's team also featuring NSW Sheffield Shield players Jason Sangha and Daniel Sams.

 

David Warner has been dismissed for 13 in his his Sydney Grade Cricket match against Steve Smith's Sutherland, by none other than the son of Aussie legend Steve Waugh.

The former Australia opener, serving a 12-month suspension from first-class cricket for his role in the ball-tampering scandal, turned out for Sydney Premier Cricket side Randwick Petersham.

https://twitter.com/samuelfez/status/1061019059502800897

https://twitter.com/actXchange/status/1061035940091576320

https://twitter.com/batsyblog/status/1061048996397899776

Batting first for Randwick in front of about 500 people at Sydney's Coogee Oval on Saturday, Warner looked in nice touch off his legs but was caught at gully slashing at a ball outside off stump from Austin Waugh.

As Warner walked off the pitch, he came across former teammate Smith but neither reacted to one another.

Warner has already struck two centuries this year in grade cricket as he and Smith serve their 12-month bans from elite Australian cricket following the ball-tampering scandal.

Warner and Smith are free to return to the national set up at the end of March, with their first match back likely to come in next year's one-day World Cup in England.

Saturday's clash features a wealth of talent, with Shane Watson also turning out for Sutherland and Warner's team also featuring NSW Sheffield Shield players Jason Sangha and Daniel Sams.

 
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