On Ya Warnie

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Wilkinson Publishing, 2007 - Cricket - 145 pages
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On Ya Warnie is by Ken Piesse, cricket author and historian, who's known and watched Warnie since he was a young teenager. He was as surprising then as he is now. Warnie was the magician, the joker in the pack, the go-to man, the high- spirited super power of Australian cricket and from conducting corroboree dances on dressing room balconies to zipping his sports cars down the MCG's Brunton Avenue, he did everything flat-out. With Warne in their team, Australia was virtually unbeatable. No-one, not even Don Bradman, won more cricket matches for Australia. Australian sport's ultimate headliner, he changed cricket like never before. On Ya Warnie celebrates Australia's finest sportsman of the last 50 years, featuring the yarns, the laughs, the flippers, the fancies - and much, much more.

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