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Cricket great Shane Warne dead at 52 of suspected heart attack in Thailand

Australian cricket great Shane Warne has died of a suspected heart attack while on holiday in Thailand, aged 52.

In a glittering career, Warne played 145 test matches, capturing 708 wickets at an average of 25.41. He is considered one of the all-time greats of the game.

Warne’s is the second death to rock the cricketing community recently, following that of Rod Marsh on 4 March 2022, also of a suspected heart attack.

Live updates courtesy of The Australian.

 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. He joins over 100 professional soccer players that have died since the jab rolled out. Won’t see that on tv news ,Question Djokovic maybe he knows more than just tennis

  2. Not sure if you can attribute this one too the lab. Warnie’s was known to smoke heavily, liked to drink and was not too much in keeping up with nutrition. But the jury will remain out that’s for sure.

  3. I probably out smoked, out drunk, out socialized Shane .58 years young and probably fitter than most 30 somethings, did I mention unjabbed as well. Let the jury decide based on all the facts

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