Simon Bowman
$550
John Corry
$525
Ross Hayward
$400
William Glasson
$325
Darren Main
$300
chris williams
$250
Tony Simpson
$200
Francis Forbes
$163
Sam Duddy
$161
Carly Snodgrass
$150
 
Batsman
Runs
Ben Simon Wilder
$10.00
Gavin Scott
$50.00
Mark Jones
$5.00
Shane Hughes
$5.00
jason phillips
$10.00
Francis Forbes
$163.00
Luke Barker
$2.00
Matthew Nichols
$5.00
Russell Cramp
$25.00
Jarrod Tyler
$9.00
Batsman
Runs
Chris Robey
$5.00
Dan Maitland
$10.00
Simon Bowman
$550.00
Craig Pearce
$1.00
Melissa Purcell
$10.00
MIchael Uberti
$1.00
Tom Close
$10.00
Cameron Joyce
$5.00
Daniel Withers
$20.00
Sean Fitzgerald
$5.00
 
 
 
"Yeah… bring Shane Warne back!"
"As an England fan I'm just curious to know what you guys would do if struggling again in two years or four? Maybe you should put all of your money into finding new talent or just except that for once we are the better side then you! And we cold still lose the Ashes yet with or without Warne!"
"I think it's hilarious you Aussies are even considering getting him back in the team. I'm thoroughly behind anything that gets him off commentary on Sky Sports. :-)"
"WARNIE, WARNIE, WARNIE, WARNIE!!!!!!! YES GET HIM BACK!!!!"
"Morning gents, proud Englishman sick of a one sided test series, willing to walk down Oxford Street raising funds to bring Warne. Let me know if you need any help. Toodle pip."
"I saw some pretty impressive footage of Richie bowling at Ted Dexter in ‘61. If Shane won’t do it, I reckon the Poms might have trouble picking Richie’s wrong’un, if he can get it down the other end"
"THAT’S GOLD"
"You guys should start a fund for Warnie that will allow him to stay in the commentary box. The thought that he may put on his baggy green again scares the life out of me!!! Barmy Army Forever!"
"Get some pride, this is not Australian behaviour. Go down with the ship with some dignity"
"Terrific Idea! How come Australian businesses are not getting behind this? They paid $3 million for Tiger and he is not even an Australian legend!"
"You have no chance, Shane Warne would not get out of bed for that total! The ashes will remain in England. I would imagine that will be confirmed even before Christmas!! Good Luck!"
"I truly hope that you are successful in your campaign. As somebody who is fortunate enough to have lived in Hampshire for a number of years and even as a long-suffering Pom, I would love to see Warne play test cricket again so I wish you all the best in your efforts. Do you think there’s any chance you can tempt Richie Benaud back while you’re at it? Best wishes."
"The moment we lost the Test yesterday, my first thought was if we want to have any chance of winning the Ashes, we need Warnie in there. Obviously yourself, and many other Aussies feel the same. What you have created here is excellent"
"Yup been trying (to get on the site) most of the morning, but seems OK now....Wikileaks and Bring back Warne both down ! :)"
 
 
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Our aim is to entice Warne to make himself available for selection, to be selected, and to play in one or more of the matches in the 2010/2011 Ashes Test Series v England. We hope to entice Warne by offering him a financial incentive. That financial incentive will be the sum of the contributions made through this web site in accordance with the terms and conditions set out below.

We are not a charity, nor are any contributions received to be used for charitable or community purposes. Contributions are not tax deductible. We are not a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR). We are not operating a business. We will not make any profits. This is not an investment opportunity and this arrangement will not provide contributors with any financial benefit or other benefit consisting of rights or interests in property. If you make a contribution then you will not acquire any right to benefits because of your contribution to this arrangement (whether those rights are actual, prospective or contingent).

Term and Conditions

1. Each contribution (less applicable merchant fees) will be deposited into a bank account specifically maintained for the purpose of this exercise. This is not an investment opportunity and this arrangement will not provide contributors with any financial benefit or other benefit consisting of rights or interests in property. If you make a contribution then you will not acquire any right to benefits because of your contribution to this arrangement (whether those rights are actual, prospective or contingent). We are not a charity, nor are any contributions received to be used for charitable or community purposes. Contributions are not tax deductible. We are not a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR). We are not operating a business. We will not make any profits.

2. The cut-off date for contributions will be no later than 30 December 2010.

3. On or before 31 December 2010 we will make an approach to Warne offering him the sum of the contributions made through this web site.

4. If Warne accepts our offer, that is, agrees to make himself available for selection, is selected and actually plays in at least one match in the 2010/2011 Ashes Test Series v England:

a. Warne will be paid the sum of the contributions made through this web site (less any applicable government taxes and merchant fees). We have no control over how Warne uses the money should he accept our offer.

b. No contributions will be refunded.

5. If Warne agrees to make himself available for selection, is selected and actually plays in at least one match in the 2010/2011 Ashes Test Series v England but does so before our offer is made or in our opinion (acting reasonably), in substantial or complete isolation from our offer:

a. All contributions will be refunded by 31 January 2011.

b. Warne will receive nothing from us.

6. If Warne declines our offer, or for any reason does not play in at least one match in the 2010/2011 Ashes Test Series v England:

a. All contributions will be refunded by 31 January 2011.

b. Warne will receive nothing from us.

7. The result of the matches in the 2010/2011 Ashes Test Series v England are of no significance to this offer and we will not be held responsible for the result of any match.

8. Warne will be deemed to have played in a match if he is selected but is injured during the match and can take no further part.

9. Warne will not be deemed to have played in a match if he is selected:

a. but injures himself before a match.

b. as 12th Man for a match.

c. for a match that is not played due to rain.

10. In the event of any unforeseen circumstances (that is, circumstances not covered by these terms and conditions), we reserve the right to make any and all necessary decisions in our absolute discretion but to do so in the spirit of the exercise.

11. We reserve the right to alter these terms and conditions at any time in our absolute discretion, but will do so in the spirit of the exercise.

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