Shane Warne was a great spinner in a cricket world. He was a killer.Nowadays Shane will coach and develop young spin bowlers in a new initiative announced yesterday by Cricket Australia. Warne, who revolutionised leg-spin bowling during his 15 year playing career, will work for Cricket Australia encouraging young aspiring spin bowlers,the sport’s governing body here said.Champion cricketer will pass on his skills to a new generation of Australian spinners.CA said warne,38, will also spend time at the CA centre of Excellence and work with the Australian women’s and men’s squads.
He will be part of preparations for the Australian under -19 team before they head to the ICC World Cup in 2008, the organization said.
Warne said he was looking forward to giving something back to cricket. “The work I’m going to be doing with young spinners and their state captains is a really important role and I believe I’ve got a lot to offer”, Warne said in a CA statement. “I’ve already had some contact with some youngsters around the country but to be able to work in a structured way with spin bowlers and their captains will hopefully give teams an even greater understanding of how to develop spin bowling talent Warne will also work with former Austalian captains Mark Taylor and Alan Border CA’s playing conditions cammittee and offer recommendations to the world governing body about the on-field development of the game. If warne will be a coach so Australian bowling attack will very powerful.
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