David Warner

Martin Crowe slams `thuggish` Warner over `speak English` incident with Rohit Sharma

David WarnerSydney, Jan 19 - New Zealand cricket great Martin Crowe has slammed 'childish' David Warner for his 'thuggish behaviour' after the Australian opener got engaged in a slanging match with Rohit Sharma and demanded that the Indian should 'speak English' during Australia's second ODI win in Tri-Series.

Tempers were on a high during Australia's four-wicket win against India in the second ODI of the tri-series at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday when Warner demanded that Sharma speaks English instead of his native Hindi.

Warner clueless on how he will feel on return to SCG post Hughes' death

London, Jan 05 - Australian batsman David Warner has revealed that he does not know how he would react when he returns to the Sydney Cricket Ground, the place where Phillip Hughes was fatally struck by a bouncer, for the fourth and final Test against India, starting on Tuesday.

Warner had been fielding for domestic side New South Wales when his close friend Hughes was hit by bouncer from Sean Abbott on 25 November. Hughes passed away two days later.

Warner claimed that it's going to be tough, adding that he has got to hold back the emotions, the BBC reported.

Warner confident Oz will never trudge 'fine line' of sledging

David WarnerWellington, Dec 30 - Australia's opening batsman David Warner firmly believes that his team knows where the fine line between banter and unsportsmanlike conduct on the cricket pitch is and would continue to walk that line.

Warner explained that there is a line one cannot cross for the often-used cliche regarding players' conduct in the combustible four-Test series against India.

The batsman said that when one talks about sledging and stuff it could be anything more than what they are talking about, physical contact or verbally swearing or something like that, Stuff.co.nz reported.

He added that it comes down to the umpires or the International Cricket Council (ICC) fining people.

David Warner hits another ton as Australia dominate proceedings

David WarnerAdelaide: Opener David Warner extended his purple patch with the bat by cracking his second century of the match as the first cricket Test against India headed for an exciting finish with Australia gaining an overall lead of 363 runs runs here today.

At stumps on the fourth day at Adelaide Oval, Australia were 290 for five with Steven Smith and Brad Haddin batting on 52 and 14 respectively. The hosts may declare the innings early tomorrow leaving India with the task of batting out the fifth day to save the match

Emotional Warner dedicates 'greatest ever innings' to Hughes

David WarnerSydney, December 09 : Australian opening batsman David Warner has dedicated his splendid ton amassed against India to late cricketer Phillip Hughes, in order to honour his memories.

Amassing a blistering 145 runs, Warner rated the innings as his best in Test Cricket, adding that he dedicates this ton to Hughes. He further said that Hughes was there with him when he scored his first century and also at the other end, News. com. au reported.

According to him, he shed a tear when he reached 63- the score when Hughes was hit on the neck. He believes that the number is special for all of them and it would remain special for the years to come. (ANI)

'Injured' Warner confident of being fit for next week's first Test against Pak

David WarnerKarachi, Oct 13 : Australian batsman David Warner is confident that he would be fit for next week's first Test against Pakistan despite suffering a groin injury in the final ODI in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.

Warner left the field in clear discomfort during the 35th over of Pakistan's innings in Australia's dramatic one-run victory that rounded out a 3-0 sweep of the series in the United Arab Emirates ( UAE).

The big-hitting opener said that he would need to work with team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris but thought that the injury would not prevent him taking his place in the side when the first of two Tests starts in Dubai on Wednesday week, The Dawn reported.

Warner smashes 90 off 45 to charge Sunrisers to victory against CSK

David warnerNew Delhi, May 23 - Australian opener David Warner smashed a splendid 90 off 45 balls to help Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Chennai Super Kings by six wickets in Ranchi on Thursday in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Season 7 clash.

The Super Kings had posted a target of 186 runs for Hyderabad, but Warner and Shikhar Dhawan put on a 64 in the power play to help their side to a victory that has kept alive their slim hopes of making it to the play-offs.

Warner stars in Sunrisers Hyderabad's 15-run IPL win over Mumbai Indians

David WarnerSydney, May 1 - Australian opener David Warner's top score for Indian Premier League (IPL) side Sunrisers Hyderabad has led them to a 15-run victory over the Mumbai Indians on Wednesday at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

The two-point win lifted Hyderabad to sixth place in the IPL standings, while Mumbai has failed to rise above its last-place eighth spot.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Warner put on 65 in 51 balls, firing off four sixes, and smashing an above-waist no-ball straight into umpire Kumar Dharmasena's shoulder, although he eventually fell to a Corey Anderson ball in the 19th over.

Warner, Harris move to `career-high` spots in ICC Test player rankings

David Warner Ryan HarrisSydney, Mar 7  : Australian opener David Warner and veteran fast bowler Ryan Harris have moved up to career-high positions in the ICC Test player rankings following their impressive contributions in Australia's series-winning third Test defeat of South Africa in Cape Town.

In the Test bowler rankings, Harris - with a match haul of 7-95 - moves up two places to second position, behind only Dale Steyn, to overtake South African Vernon Philander and Australian teammate Mitchell Johnson.

Warner fined 15 pc match fee for accusing De Villiers of 'ball tampering'

David WarnerMelbourne, Feb 28 - Australian opener David Warner has reportedly been fined 15 per cent of his match fee- an amount of 2900 dollars, for accusing South African batsman AB de Villiers of ball tampering during the second Test at Port Elizabeth .

The ICC charged Warner under its code of conduct with 'public criticism of, or inappropriate comment in relation to an incident occurring in an international match or any player, player support personnel, match official or team participating in any international match'.

'Swashbuckling' Warner says Oz batsmen 'on their way' to being world's best

David-WarnerSydney, Dec 24 : In-form Australian opener David Warner has said that Australian batsmen are on the way to matching their bowlers as the best in the world.

Ahead of the Boxing Day Ashes Test against England at the MCG, Australian bowling coach Craig McDermott praised his attack as the best in Test cricket and the swashbuckling player feels the batsmen are in line for the same title.

'Regretful' Warner admits 'went too far' with 'poor, weak' comments on 'stressed' Trott

David WarnerLondon, Nov 26 - Australian batsman David Warner has admitted that he 'went too far' while describing his English counterpart Jonathan Trott as 'poor and weak' during the first Ashes Test, which was won by Australia.

Warner made his statement it was announced Trott, who scored only 19 runs in the match as England crumbled to a 381-run defeat, had left his side's Ashes tour with a long-standing stress-related condition.

Warner warned to 'keep distractions to minimum' following grade cricket fiasco

David WarnerSydney, Oct 9 : Cricket New South Wales (NSW) has reportedly warned Australian batsman David Warner that he needs to keep his 'distractions to a minimum' and focus on getting runs following his skipping his grade club match in favour of net practice.

While, handing down a one-match suspension, Cricket NSW made it clear to Warner that he will be stood down for a Ryobi Cup or Sheffield Shield match if he commits any further misdemeanours this season.

Warner continues poor domestic start with 'duck' dismissal in Ryobi Cup game

WarnerSydney, Oct 8 : Controversial Australian opener David Warner has failed to improve his poor start to the domestic season in the country after he was dismissed for a duck in his domestic side New South Wales' (NSW) two-wicket defeat to Victoria in their Ryobi Cup clash.

Warner, who scored just four in his only previous start for NSW this season, was handed a one-match suspension by Cricket NSW for failing to turn up for his Sydney grade side Randwick-Petersham during the weekend.

Warner faces sanction for missing club match despite being selected to play

David-WarnerSydney, Oct 7 : Australian batsman David Warner has been summoned by Cricket New South Wales to discuss why he did not play for club Randwick Petersham on Saturday, despite being selected.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, chief executive Andrew Jones said that appropriate action, if any, would only be taken after that.

The left-hander's defence is likely to be based around having not had a chance to bat all week, primarily due to Cricket Australia reviews and sponsor engagements, and missing out on Friday afternoon due to rain, the report said.

Warner hearing to be held Thursday

David-WarnerMelbourne, June 13 : Cricket Australia (CA) announced that David Warner’s Code of Behaviour hearing will be held via teleconference Thursday evening.

CA senior code of behaviour commissioner Justice Gordon Lewis will hear the case at 6.30 p. m. Melbourne time. The results of the hearing will be issued following the adjudication.

Warner was reported Wednesday for breaching Rule 6: Unbecoming behaviour. He was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with an England player (believed to be Joe Root) in the early hours of Sunday morning following the ICC Champions Trophy match between the teams in Birmingham.(IANS)

Australia 109 for no loss at lunch

Australia 109 for no loss at lunchMohali, March 15 - Australia reached 109 for no loss in the first innings at lunch on the second day of their third cricket Test against India at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium here Friday.

Opening batsmen David Warner was batting on 54 and Ed Cowan on 43 after skipper Michael Clarke opted to bat.

The first day of the Test was washed out due to rain without a ball being bowled.

India made a change by dropping local hero Harbhajan Singh, who made way for Pragyan Ojha. Debutant Shikhar Dhawan got his Test cap from Sachin Tendulkar.

Warner may miss India Test tour after suspected thumb injury

David-Warner_Sydney, Jan 30 : In a setback to the Australian cricket team, David Warner may miss out a slot in the Test squad to India after sustaining a blow to his thumb from a Mitchell Johnson snorter while training.

3Warner, who seemed to be in pain after the blow, was immediately sent for medical attention to determine the extent of his injury, The Age reports.

Australia’s selection committee would be forced to make changes in the team, and drop Warner if he has suffered any serious damage to his finger, the paper added.

Warner wants Samuels to 'control himself'

David-Warner_Melbourne, Jan 10 : Australia opener David Warner says controversial West Indian all-rounder Marlon Samuels needs to "control himself" better on the field following his recent clash with Shane Warne in the Big Bash League (BBL).

Samuels faces two charges which have been delayed due to his nasty eye injury sustained while playing for Melbourne Renegades against Melbourne stars, captained by Warne.

Warne was suspended for a match and fined $4,500 after the ugly showdown with Samuels Sunday.

"I've had my heated battles as well on the field with Marlon," Warner said in an interview Sky Sports.

Warner leads Australia to emphatic win

Warner leads Australia to emphatic winAustralian left handed opener David Warner has smashed 67 runs in just 29 balls to lead his team to victory over West Indies by eight wickets in the second T20 international match at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday.

West Indies skipper Chris Gayle won the toss and elected to bat first. West Indies scored 138 runs for loss of seven wickets in their allotted 20 overs. N Deonarine was top scorer for West Indies who scored 36 runs while T Dowlin contributed 31 runs with the bat.

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