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Warne

Shane (Keith). born 1969, Australian cricketer, playing for Australia since 1991
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When the installation is complete, Warne projects the HMC400 will increase production by over 30 percent on its Maxima ring line.
Bayliss heard that Warne was going to work with Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah, so when he bumped into his countryman he invited Warne to follow up his offer to work with Adil Rashid.
While Warne has been tweeting about the event and Tendulkar making subtle statements of his return to action soon, it is now confirmed the two legends are planning to stage a top-class tournament for cricketers who have recently retired from the game.
Warne, here as a television commentator, gave tips to the slow bowlers, particularly to leg- spinner Imran Tahir, and himself bowled a few deliveries at the Bangladesh Cricket Board Academy nets.
Clarke further said that Warne is probably the best captain he has played under and his knowledge is like no other, adding that Warne played 145 Test matches and knows the game very well.
On the Australian breakfast show 'Sunrise,' Warne announced his split with Hurley.
Melbourne: Former Test spinner Shane Warne has quit Australia's Big Bash League after two seasons with the Melbourne Stars in a blow for the struggling Twenty20 tournament.
On Warne is divided into five sections: the making of Warne; the art of Warne; the men of Warne; the trials of Warne; and the sport of Warne.
Shane Warne has been fined $4,500 and banned for one game after a heated row with Marlon Samuels in a match in Australia's domestic Twenty20 competition on Sunday night ended up with bats and balls being thrown.
Warne, 43, is currently playing Down Under and was represented at Dumfries Justice of the Peace Court by solicitor Graham Walker.
After waking to headlines this morning declaring he was willing to end his five-year exile from Test cricket and return if asked by skipper and best friend Michael Clarke, former leg-spinner Warne took to Twitter to explain his situation.
SHANE Warne believes he could still play Test cricket to a high standard and hinted he could be persuaded to represent Australia once again.