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    Best Warne moment

    I know this is a bit late, but I think we should have Shane Warne in the spotlight once more.Anyway what was your faveriote Warne moment.Mine was being at Old Trafford watching him take his 600th test wicket.
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    Ask Warney.


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    Adam Gilchrist joining the team.

    His rendition of "bowling, Shane" and "ooorrrrhhhh, yes, Shane" was so infinately better than Healy's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Adam Gilchrist joining the team.

    His rendition of "bowling, Shane" and "ooorrrrhhhh, yes, Shane" was so infinately better than Healy's.
    I used to quite like Healey's "Bowled Warney, that'll get eem, I reckon"

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    Never heard that-'un!

    What is pretty amazing, mind, is that Warne only once bowled to a stand-in wicketkeeper! All his career, the wicketkeepers were Healy and Gilchrist, and the two of them only missed a single Test between 'em!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    One of the reasons for the bastion of stability in Australia of the last 18 years.
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    Was Warne playing in the Test when Phil Emery played?

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    Yes

    I miss one, evidently.

    But 1 Test in 18 years is still a pretty impressive run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Never heard that-'un!

    What is pretty amazing, mind, is that Warne never bowled to a stand-in wicketkeeper! All his career, the wicketkeepers were Healy and Gilchrist, and neither of them ever missed a Test!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    One of the reasons for the bastion of stability in Australia of the last 18 years.
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    Was Warne playing in the Test when Phil Emery played?
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    Yes

    I miss one, evidently.

    But 1 Test in 18 years is still a pretty impressive run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
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    Bowling Pietersen around the legs at adelaide, Brilliant!

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    I highly doubt that was what Volty was referring to, personally...

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    I was laughing at the fact you were telling us how amazing that fact was, then Jack casually mentioned the name Phil Emery, thus rendering your amazing fact redundant.

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    Uh, well, it's still pretty amazing to have 2 consecutive wicketkeepers miss 1 Test between them in 18 years.

    It doesn't render it redundant, anyhoo - it means it doesn't exist. Something slightly different does instead.

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