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David Warner shares adorable video of daughters getting in some ‘backyard cricket practice’

It’s in the genes! David Warner shares an adorable video of his daughters Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, five, getting in some ‘backyard cricket practice’ on day one of Sydney’s strict lockdown

He’s a doting father to three young daughters shared with wife Candice Warner.

And cricketer David Warner posted an adorable video to Instagram of his family getting in some ‘backyard cricket practice’ on day one of Sydney’s strict lockdown on Sunday.

The 34-year-old cheered on his eldest children, Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, five, as they perfected their batting skills on the deck of their contemporary home. 

It’s in the genes! David Warner shared an adorable video to Instagram on Sunday of his daughters Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, five, (both pictured) getting in some ‘backyard cricket practice’ at their home on day one of Sydney’s strict two-week lockdown

‘Howzat!’ David was heard saying in the background of the video as Ivy Mae and Indi Rae had turns in batting. 

Proud mother Candice, 36, was also on hand, spinning the ball to her daughters.

While she was too young to play, the couple’s youngest daughter Isla Rose, who turns two in just a matter of days, enjoyed running after the ball in the backyard. 

Proud father: David, 34, cheered on his eldest children as they perfected their batting skills on the deck of their contemporary home

Proud father: David, 34, cheered on his eldest children as they perfected their batting skills on the deck of their contemporary home

In on the action: Proud mother Candice Warner (pictured), 36, was also on hand, spinning the ball to her daughters

In on the action: Proud mother Candice Warner (pictured), 36, was also on hand, spinning the ball to her daughters 

‘A bit of backyard practice today! And I being the fielders of course,’ David captioned the post.  

David wed former Ironwoman Candice in 2015, and the couple are content with their family of five.

‘Our little family is now complete. Ivy and Indi are so proud of their sister. David, your support was and is amazing. Isla we love you,’ Candice gushed in an Instagram post after Isla’s safe arrival on June 30 2019. 

Sporting power couple: David wed former Ironwoman Candice (both pictured) in 2015, and the couple are content with their family of five

Sporting power couple: David wed former Ironwoman Candice (both pictured) in 2015, and the couple are content with their family of five 

Sydney commenced its first full day of strict lockdown on Sunday amid a surge in Covid-19 cases.

New South Wales recorded 30 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections in the Bondi cluster to 112 as it’s feared the outbreak is rapidly getting out of control.  

Premier Gladys Berejiklian thrust the city into a two-week lockdown as cases spread further away from the eastern suburbs epicentre, with several burgeoning super-spreader sites being a matter of concern. 

Gorgeous family: 'Our little family is now complete. Ivy and Indi are so proud of their sister. David, your support was and is amazing. Isla we love you,' Candice gushed in an Instagram post after Isla's safe arrival on June 30 2019

Gorgeous family: ‘Our little family is now complete. Ivy and Indi are so proud of their sister. David, your support was and is amazing. Isla we love you,’ Candice gushed in an Instagram post after Isla’s safe arrival on June 30 2019 

Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant on Sunday gave no guarantee that the lockdown would be lifted on July 9 as scheduled with cases surging and the long list of exposure sites growing at an alarming rate.

As it stands there are only four reasons for anyone in Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour to leave their homes. 

Those reasons are work that can’t be done from home, essential shopping, medical care and exercise in groups less than 10. 

Concerns: New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) thrust Sydney into a 14-day lockdown on Sunday. NSW recorded 30 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections in the Bondi cluster to 112

Concerns: New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) thrust Sydney into a 14-day lockdown on Sunday. NSW recorded 30 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections in the Bondi cluster to 112

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