Sport Warner breaks silence on CA bans

23:11  06 may  2018
23:11  06 may  2018 Source:

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a close up of a man© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Exiled Australian cricketer David Warner has made his first public appearance since his controversial press conference following the ball tampering scandal.

Warner was in the Northern Territory to promote a locally-developed driving app and explained how the incident has rejuvenated him.

“It is humbling and overwhelming,” Warner told The NT News.

“Sometimes you sit back and reflect and wonder do people care about you as a person.

“Sometimes with our society something has to happen for the worst for people to come out and show a lot of support and I think I’ve learned a valuable lesson in this myself for the support I have been given on the front foot to help others.”

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Warner is currently serving a 12-month ban along with former captain Steve Smith and opener Cameron Bancroft for their part in the ball tampering incident in South Africa.

Interestingly, the 31-year-old opener suggested that he intended to take a break from cricket to spend time with his family prior to the ban handed down by Cricket Australia.

“You are not home for long [when playing cricket],” he said.

“With an extended period of time you are in a good routine but then it is selfless – kids are a priority – so it’s day care, swimming lessons, gymnastic lessons and then you get your quality time together as parents.

“Candice and I do all those things together.

“I always make sure I am able to do it all the time. I am making time now and it is worthwhile.”

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