An emotional David Warner speaks to the media in March after returning home from the ball tampering scandal in South Africa.
Mike Whitney, former Aussie pacer and president of Randwick Petersham Cricket club, confirmed the news of Warner's availability for the club's first three or four games.
Club President and ex-Test fast bowler Mike Whitney was excited to have David Warner in the team and informed that the left-hander will be available for the first three or four matches. "Why it is only three or four rounds at this stage, I don't know", he added. He was banned from playing any domestic and worldwide cricket by the Australian cricket board after he was found guilty in the ball-tampering fiasco along with Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft. "He will be great in the changing rooms with younger players", said Whitney.
The players are permitted to play grade cricket during their bans.
Warner has previously played for the club, switching across from Eastern Suburbs in 2013.
But he's rarely been sighted for the club due to state, global and Indian Premier League commitments.
Warner, his fellow opener Cameron Bancroft - who is serving a nine-month ban but is set to play for his club side in Western Australia - and Smith were all embroiled in the plot to alter the condition of the ball by using sandpaper.