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David Warner and Marcus Stoinis pulled out of The Hundred

David Warner and Marcus Stoinis pulled out of The HundredDavid Warner and Marcus Stoinis pulled out of The Hundred

David Warner and Marcus Stoinis pulled out of The Hundred

Australia’s David Warner and Marcus Stoinis have been withdrawn from their respective teams of The Hundred following the national duties as the Aussie duo has been named in the squads versus West Indies and Bangladesh.

The inaugural edition of the unique cricket tournament is ready to rock the fraternity this Summers. Notably, the event was planned for 2016 but after multiple disagreements within England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), it had to be halted.

After the vast number of votes counted in favor of the tournament which differs from the exiting cricketing contests, the ECB inspiringly gave a green signal to launch The Hundred. It was set to begin in 2020 but the threatening health scenarios amidst COVID suspended all sporting events.

David Warner and Marcus Stoinis pulled out of The Hundred

Many international men and women are a part of the 100-ball session likely to begin this July but also, many have been withdrawn by their respective boards or refrained.

New Zealand’s women cricketer, Sophie Devine is also out of the event as the NZ cricket board wills her determination towards national duty following the ICC Women’s World Cup next year’s February in her nation requiring dense practice. To fulfill the gap, India’s Shafali Verma has been designated to the Birmingham Phoenix squad.

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Notably, Chris Lynn, D’Arcy Short, Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Adam Zampa, Aaron Finch, and Nathan Coulter-Nile from Australia will be rendering their skills to The Hundred but Jess Jonassen and Rachael Haynes from women cricket are also no more its part.

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