Australia legend David Warner will not play this well-known league, withdraws from the tournament

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It has suffered a major setback before the organization of the England Cricket Board's Dream League The Hundred. Two big players of Australia have withdrawn from the tournament. David Warner and Marcus Stoinis will not be seen playing in the first edition of this tournament. Both these players have been separated from the first season of The Hundred League due to strict rules implemented due to the Coronavirus in England.


The news of Warner and Stoinis pulling out of the tournament came to light on Thursday. Both these players were bought by Southern Brave. David Warner was signed on behalf of the team for one lakh euros. While Stoinis was linked with the team by paying 80 thousand euros. The Australian team has to go on the tour of the West Indies and Bangladesh and these players want to spend some time with their family before going into the bio bubble.


The first edition of The Hundred League was to be launched last year but was postponed due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic. Now this year its first season is to be played from July 21 to August 21 next month. Australia will tour West Indies and Bangladesh during the tournament itself. Here he has to play in the limited over series.


5 Indian women will play The Hundred

A total of 4 Indian women are going to play in The Hundred, including Indian T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur and vice-captain Smriti Mandhana. Harman will represent Manchester Originals while Shefali will represent Birmingham Phoenix. Apart from India's explosive opener Shefali Verma, all-rounder Deepti Sharma and batsman Jemima Rodrigues will also play in this league.