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Warne eyeing Oz Twenty20 Big Bash comeback

Melbourne, Sep 16 : Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has confirmed that he is considering coming out of retirement to play in Australia’s Twenty20 Big Bash League. Warne had retired from all forms of cricket in May following the end of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The 41-year-old, however, said that he was balancing family and business responsibilities before deciding if he could commit to the Twenty20 tournament.
“Re Big Bash - yes keen to be with a team, play a few games - help off field and help the younger players learn the game - could be fun!” stuff. co. nz quoted the leg-spinner, as tweeting.
“My number one priority is my children and everything works around that. But if all things fall into place re scheduling etc big bash - yes!” he added.
The Big Bash has been revamped for the 2011-2012 season, changing from a six-team tournament into an eight-team event.
It was earlier reported that The Melbourne Renegades and Melbourne Stars had approached Warne, while one of two Sydney teams have also reached out.

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