Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry Secretary Jay Shah met with Jason, the younger brother of great Shane Warren on Tuesday and recalled the late Australian’s contributions to global cricket, including in the Indian Premier League.
He called Jason Shah at his residence.
Later, Shah said in a tweet on Twitter that Warren left behind a rich legacy.
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“It was great meeting and hosting Jason Warren, the younger brother of Shane Warren at home. Warnie’s contribution to world cricket, especially IPLand, reminds us of the rich legacy he left behind. Thank you Jason for your visit and the historical memorabilia to Warnie,” Shah said in his tweet.
It was great meeting and hosting Jason Warren, Shane Warren’s younger brother at home. Warnie’s contribution to world cricket reminds us, especially IPL And the rich legacy he leaves behind. Thank you Jason for your visit and Warney’s Historic Souvenirs. pic.twitter.com/XNIjgl6O1L– JayShah May 3, 2022
One of the greatest cricketers of all time, Warren died of a heart attack at the Thai resort of Koh Samui in March. He was 52 years old.
During a glorious career, Warne collected 708 wickets from 145 Tests, as well as 293 wickets from 194 games between 1992 and 2007.
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