Warne spins into coaching role
Thursday 27 December 2007
Shane Warne is to take a development role with Australia's promising spin bowlers. Warne, who retired from Test cricket in January with a then record 708 wickets, will also join Cricket Australia's playing conditions committee, which makes recommendations to the International Cricket Council about the development of the game. The leg-spinner will spend time working with all of Australia's men's and women's national squads, the captains of Australia's state sides and at the Centre of Excellence.
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