Thursday, 24 October 2013

David Warner's 197 runs lead New South Wales to Ryobi Cup final

By on 15:56

England players must be watching David Warner as they arrive for the next Ashes series in Australia. David Warner's 197 runs came up with just 141 balls which included 20 boundaries and 10 sixes here in Ryobi Cup semifinals match. Warner missed a double Century as he caught in the deep trying to reach double hundred.

New South Wales chased Victoria's 321-9 with three balls to spare to setup finals against Queensland on Sunday. Recently David Warner was dropped out from the Australian Squad for Ashes due to bad form. He also missed India tour while here in the domestic season his form is excellent! He has scored 527 runs with an average of 75 in the Domestic Tournament.

In recent weeks, Warner admitted he's been a "pest in the past" but said he is taken some advice from former Test captain Mark Taylor in an effort to turn his career around.

The Australian batsman was given a one match suspended ban for failing to show up for the second day of a Sydney grade game as directed earlier in the month. He said his absence was due to a "misunderstanding."

Over all, it became almost certain that David Warner's presence could give Australia a huge advantage in the upcoming Ashes Series and Warner also stated that, he is very humble to make a comeback for his Team.

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