David Warner busy constructing his new house in Sydney
The Maroubra beachside suburb is one of the most famous locations in Sydney.
Updated - Apr 20, 2018 12:48 pm
Australian discarded cricketer David Warner has had a forgettable month or so and is currently trying to rehabilitate himself by spending time with family. He was spending time with his wife Candice Warner and children Indy Rae and Ivy Mae in Sydney where he was found helping some other workers in trying to build his new house.
Warner and family are building their new mansion in Sydney’s beachside suburb of Maroubra. Candice Warner shared snaps on her Instagram account of her husband wearing a hard hat that read “D Warner, project manager, apprentice celebrity” with building tools in his hands. Even his daughters were spotted with hats and the family seemed to be having fun.
The Maroubra beachside suburb is one of the most famous locations in Sydney. The waves in this beach flow very high and due to this, it has become one of the most famous surfing spots in the country.
Warner set to come back in March 2019
David Warner, alongside Cameron Bancroft and Steve Smith, was involved in the infamous sandpaper gate and got banned for quite a long period from participating in International and domestic cricketing events. Warner and Smith will be out for 1 year whilst Bancroft was penalized with a 9-month ban.
The incident occurred during the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town and once the cameramen got hold of the footage where Bancroft was trying to tamper the ball with a sandpaper, the incident set social media on fire. Later that day, Steve Smith and Bancroft came out to the press and confessed their crimes, suggesting they did try to tamper the ball’s condition with a sandpaper.
Smith was initially fired as the captain of Australia and Tim Paine took charge as the new leader. But the relentless pressure coming from various sources forced Cricket Australia to take a serious action and all these three players eventually got punished heavily. All the three players delivered an emotional apology note after heading back home and currently are spending time with their families.