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Cricket writer Gideon Haigh talks to Warren Boland about his new book about legspinner Shane Warne, On Warne. He says writing about Warne, who he reckons is in a different league from his contemporaries for his abilities as a spinner and his habit of lighting up a cricket field, was as enjoyable as watching him play. He calls him a "myth made flesh" and "the most compelling personality of our cricket time." More from ABC.
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