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    February 01, 2005

    "I flippin' scored a ton and they know it" - Shane Warne

    After it was revealed that a missed no-ball call cost Shane Warne his first test century at Perth against New Zealand in 2001, unconfirmed reports suggest that Warne took the next flight to Auckland to rough up Daniel Vettori who got him out and Mark Richardson who took the catch. Warne's next stop is expected to be Bulawayo to have a fist fight with umpire Ian Robinson. On his way there, he will drop in to see Darrell Hair who also umpired in the game. Warne is not quite sure which of those two didnt spot the no-ball. He cannot pick up a fight with Hair because of the difference in sizes. McGrath is seen consoling Warne.

    Thus spake Jagadish @ 1:09 PM |
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