Sporting News – Banned Australian opener David Warner has brought up a century in Sydney grade cricket after earlier walking off the pitch following an opposition sledge.

Summary

  • Banned Australian opener David Warner has brought up a century in Sydney grade cricket after earlier walking off the pitch following an opposition sledge.
  • Playing for Randwick-Petersham against Western Suburbs at Pratten Park in Sydney’s inner west, Warner left the field while not out on the 35 following a comment from a fielder.
  • Sporting News’ Brendan Bradford was on the scene and tweeted that one of Warner’s teammates said Jason Hughes, the brother of Phil Hughes.
  • Warner refused to repeat the comment when asked by the umpire but returned to the field moments later and was allowed to resume his innings.


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