Former England skipper Michael Vaughan, Australian stars Glenn McGrath, Merv Hughes, Ian Healy and Mark Waugh had been amongst a bunch of Shane Warne’s former teammates at a private occasion to bid farewell to the cricketing nice, who died earlier this month in Thailand.
Warne, 52, was vacationing on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand when he died of a suspected heart-attack. His physique was introduced again to Australia on a chartered flight.
On Sunday, a number of former teammates and worldwide stars had been amongst these to farewell Warne at a small private funeral. While Warne will be given a full public service at his beloved Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) later this month, roughly 80 of his nearest and dearest associates and household had been in Melbourne on Sunday to pay their respect.
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A gaggle of former Australia Test captains additionally attended with Allan Border, Mark Taylor and Michael Clarke amongst a bunch of Warne’s closest associates that paid their respect to the Victorian, ICC studies.
Warne’s public service on March 30 is predicted to entice at giant crowd at the MCG, a venue which Warne made his personal over his 15-year worldwide profession. Warne famously claimed his 700th Test wicket at the bottom on Boxing Day in 2006 when he dismissed England captain Andrew Strauss and completed his profession with 56 Test wickets at the long-lasting venue.
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