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David Warner pulls out of T20 League ‘The Hundred’

David Warner, the Australian star batsman has removed himself from the T20 league ‘The Hundred’. Warner was one of the various star cricketers who were inducted into the competition and he was due to emphasize for Southampton based Southern Brave, who signed him up for GBP 125,000 – the highest-paid division amongst individuals.

The 33-year old left-hander will be succeeded by fellow Australian, Marcus Stoinis, who appeared as the leading run-getter in the lately ended Big Bash League. Warner’s manager, James Erskine, endorsed the improvement and has mentioned ‘family time’ and a home series against the visiting Zimbabweans as reasons for the departure.

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