Warner slams ton in domestic cricket to reverse slump in form

David Warner, who had a forgettable tour of England despite Australia retained the Ashes with a 2-2 draw in the five Test series recently, scored 125 off 221 balls in domestic cricket, his innings laced with 18 fours, indicating a reversal of slump in form.
Warner slams ton in domestic cricket to reverse slump in form
David Warner roared back to form and put his Ashes struggles behind him with a century for New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield.
According to an abc.net.au report, Warner scored 125 off 221 balls, his innings laced with 18 fours before  Test teammate Marnus Labuschagne trapped him in front.
Warner had a forgettable tour of England although Australia retained the Ashes with a 2-2 draw of the five Test series.
Warner's 61 in the third Test was the only time he passed 11 in a series that also featured three straight ducks.
Warner managed just 34 runs besides his 61 at Headingley, which is the lowest total ever from an opener in a 10-innings series.

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