David Warner leaves field after being sledged in Australian Grade Cricket match

David Warner leaves field after being sledged in Australian Grade Cricket match

David Warner leaves field after being sledged in Australian Grade Cricket match

David Warner has scored 155 a class="sp-story-body__external-link" href="https://www.cricket.com.au/news/david-warner-sledge-jason-hughes-phillip-grade-cricket-club-randwick-campbelltown/2018-10-27" *"sledging incident".

Playing for Randwick-Petersham against Western Suburbs in a Sydney grade cricket match, the 32-year-old was on 35 runs when he temporarily removed himself from the game.

Cricket Australia says it understands the player involved was Jason Hughes, brother of former Australia Test player Phillip Hughes, but have not given any details of the sledging, other that it turned "personal" and "nasty".

David Warner allegedly walked from the field after being sledged.

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He was reportedly unhappy with a remark from an opposition player and vacated the field after informing the umpires.

The match came to halt for a few minutes before Warner resumed his innings and motored on to score a century. The remainder of his stay in the middle was incident-free.

Nobody from either club was willing to speak about what happened earlier in the day.

The 32-year-old Warner is now plying his trade in club cricket while he serves his 12-month ban from global and state cricket for his role in the Newlands ball tampering scandal. He has played in a number of T20 leagues during his Australia ban and was signed to play in the Bangladesh Premier League later this year.

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