One possible reaction to David Warner's maiden one day international ton at the Gabba yesterday was to say "about time" given that he had only passed fifty three times in his previous 18 ODI matches and prior to his 157 ball knock had been a major disappointment in the CB Series.
However, rather than focussing on the negative (for once) we couldn't help thinking that just like his previous two hundreds for Australia, Warner had once again not settled for a boring mundane three figure score.
Warner's first hundred came in his second Test at Hobart, where he became only the sixth Australian to carry his bat since the World War II with an innings marked by responsible strokeplay and impressive resilience. Virtues that many - including us - had hitherto considered were not part of Warner's armoury.
Then there was Perth and the 3rd Test against India, where Warner smashed the joint fourth fastest Test hundred in history and the quickest by an opener in a knock that saw the birth and probable death of Vinay Kumar's Test career.
And now Warner has the highest ODI score at the Gabba and the sixth highest ever by an Australian. Not bad.
That David Warner - he certainly doesn't do things by halves.
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