Meet the man behind Warne's success
Terry Jenner, born on 8 September 1944 at Mount Lawley, Perth, had a brief tryst with international cricket representing Australia from 1970 to 1975, but in his post-retirement days became a respected and well-travelled leg spin coach.
Jenner's most significant contribution to cricket was to recognise and nurture the talent of a certain Shane Keith Warne. He was also a mentor to many other slow bowlers across the world.
In April 2010, Jenner suffered a massive heart attack, and died at home on 25 May 2011. His funeral took place at the Adelaide Oval on 30 May 2011.
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