Watch as MCC captain Sachin Tendulkar and his Rest of the World counterpart Shane Warne look ahead to tomorrow's showpiece match marking the 200th anniversary of Lord's Cricket Ground.
4 July 2014
Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne will captain the MCC and Rest of the World sides at a 50-over match to celebrate the bicentenary of Lord's.
5 February 2014
Shane Warne joined the Australian team during a training session ahead of the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford and then backed them to deliver on the field in Manchester.
31 July 2013
Gideon Haigh was named winning author of the Best Cricket Book of the Year for 'On Warne' published by Simon and Schuster at the British Sports Book Awards held at Lord's last night.
22 May 2013
Last week on Twitter there was plenty of reaction to the County Championship results from the weekend. David 'Bumble' Lloyd (@BumbleCricket) congratulated Warwickshire on their success but also lamented the relegation of his old side Lancashire: "Congrats to The Bears! Just seen that Lancs are relegated...very disappointing for the Club Got to wait one for reaction." Kevin Pietersen (@kevinpp24) celebrated the success of his current club Surrey "RT @surreycricket: And Surrey are safe...well played gents.." while Darren Gough (@DGoughie) not only celebrated Warwickshire's win and Yorkshire's promotion but also Joe Root's award for a fine season.
10 September 2012
Cricket Twitter this week was a continuation of the Kevin Pietersen saga which has gripped the headlines. The usual characters voiced their opinions on the topic which has the potential to divide what was thought to be a very stable dressing room.
17 August 2012
John Pryor highlights and discusses a range of the most entertaining and controversial tweets of the week by cricketers and cricket pundits. With the funeral of Tom Maynard taking place this week, Twitter was justifiably full of tributes for the young Surrey star...
7 July 2012
Rajasthan Royals have signed English batsman Owais Shah to fill the space in their squad created by the retirement of captain Shane Warne. Warne has stood down having led the Royals to the Indian Premier League title in 2008 and the Royals will become Shah's fourth side, having previously represented the Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders and Kochi Tuskers Kerala.
8 March 2012
Shane Warne has officially come out of retirement to turn out for Melbourne in the Big Bash and William Hill make him 10/1 to come out of his international exile and represent Australia in any form of the game. He is 14/1 to take a wicket with his first ball of the Big Bash and 8/1 to be top wicket taker in the tournament. English cricket fans could well be forgiven for quaking in their boots as he is an outside chance, at 33/1, to play in the next Ashes series.
8 November 2011
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news looking at Shane Warne announcing his comeback and Sachin Tendulkar hitting his 15,000th Test run.
8 November 2011
Former Australian international leg-spinner Shane Warne is to make a comeback to competitive cricket having signed to play for the Melbourne Stars in the KFC T20 Big Bash League in Australia. Warne retired from international cricket in 2007 before playing four seasons in the Indian Premier League for the Rajasthan Royals and announcing his retirement from all cricket earlier this year.
8 November 2011
Shane Warne has revealed that he has been inundated with offers to return to the cricketing fold and partake in Australia's Big Bash. William Hill are offering 2/1 that he takes up one of these offers and plays during Australia's premiere T20 tournament. Having hung up his googlies after Rajasthan Royals' last IPL match, Warne is 10/1 to dust them off and take to the field in India once more and is 33/1 to play for Australia at any form of the game again.
19 October 2011
Shane Warne is heavily odds-on (1/6) to play in the Big Bash T20 League according to Ladbrokes. Warne claims to have fully returned to match fitness and whilst the bookies expect him to turn out in the T20 tournament a sensational international cricket comeback doesn't look likely at 100/1.
19 October 2011
The Rajasthan Royals gave their captain Shane Warne a fitting farewell as they crushed the Mumbai Indians by ten wickets in their final match of the Indian Premier League 2011 season. The Indians will have one more chance to reach the play-offs but Warne says his goodbyes having announced his retirement earlier in the tournament.
20 May 2011
Rajasthan Royals captain Shane Warne has been fined $US 50,000 after he was found guilty of an Indian Premier League (IPL) contract breach. A hearing was held in Mumbai regarding an incident that occurred following the match between the Royals and the Chennai Super Kings in Jaipur on 11th May.
19 May 2011
Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has announced he is to retire from cricket at the end of the current Indian Premier League season. Warne, who has captained the Rajasthan Royals in all four season of the Twenty20 league, announced on his Twitter page that this season would be his last.
6 May 2011
Punters with Paddy Power's Australian arm sportsbet.com.au are leading a charge with their wallets for Shane Warne to return to the Australian XI during the 2010/11 Ashes Series...
14 December 2010
Adam Gilchrist and Shane Warne will grace the cricket field in Australia one more time when they come together to play in...
7 October 2009
Hampshire have announced that Shane Warne will not be playing for the Rose Bowl based county in 2008, effectively retiring from first-class cricket.
27 March 2008
Shane Warne will continue his long association with Australian cricket after accepting a ‘Leadership in Cricket’ role with Cricket Australia.
26 December 2007