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David Warner poses with daughters with his daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae after day four of cricket


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His lucky charms! David Warner poses on the pitch with his daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae after day four match between Australia and Pakistan

David Warner posed with his daughters after day four of the Second Test match in the series between Australia and Pakistan at Adelaide Oval. 

The cricketer, 33, looked triumphant as he held Indi Rae, three, and Ivy Mae, five, in his arms. 

A victorious David wore his cricket whites, with his team’s jumper over the top of his trousers.  

His lucky charms! David Warner posed with his daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae after day four match between Australia and Pakistan, in Adelaide on Monday. All pictured 

His younger daughter slapped the sportsman’s green cap atop her head and looked delighted to do so. 

David’s older daughter, wearing a pair of sparkly shoes, looked on as her sibling played with the hat. 

After posing with the two girls in his arms, David leaned down onto the ground and held their hands.  

Cute! The cricketer, 33, looked triumphant as he held Indi Rae, three, and Ivy Mae, five, in his arms

Cute! The cricketer, 33, looked triumphant as he held Indi Rae, three, and Ivy Mae, five, in his arms

Suits her! His younger daughter slapped the sportsman's green cap atop her head and looked delighted to do so

Suits her! His younger daughter slapped the sportsman’s green cap atop her head and looked delighted to do so

Sweet: David's older daughter, wearing a pair of sparkly shoes, looked on as her sister played with the hat

Sweet: David’s older daughter, wearing a pair of sparkly shoes, looked on as her sister played with the hat

All together now! After posing with the two girls in his arms, David leaned down onto the ground and held their hands

All together now! After posing with the two girls in his arms, David leaned down onto the ground and held their hands

He looked to be in conversation with the tots, who hung off their father’s every word. 

The little ones got to hold onto a trophy, as David waved at the crowd and smiled for photos. 

David eventually got his hat back from the girls, and wore his sunglasses backwards on the back of the hat.  

Well hatted: David eventually got his hat back from the girls, and wore his sunglasses backwards on the back of the hat

Well hatted: David eventually got his hat back from the girls, and wore his sunglasses backwards on the back of the hat

Awards for everyone: The little ones got to hold onto a trophy as David smiled for photos

Awards for everyone: The little ones got to hold onto a trophy as David smiled for photos 

It comes after the 154 the left-hander chalked up at the Gabba just last week against Pakistan, making him the first Australian to hit two successive scores of over 150 since Michael Clarke in 2012.

His record for the international summer is now a ridiculous 607 runs at an average of 303.5, after also dominating the early-season Twenty20s.

When asked to identify a common denominator between his two big Test tons, David was quick to point out his daughter.

Luck be a lady! David calls his daughter Indi his lucky charm when it comes to cricket

Luck be a lady! David calls his daughter Indi his lucky charm when it comes to cricket 

‘The little one stayed with me last night, that’s little Indi,’ David said.

‘That’s two nights in a row before I’ve got hundreds and last night was a bit of superstition. 

‘So, I let her stay with me, and I let the girls stay in the other room. Indi is my little lucky charm.’ 

Chats: He looked to be in conversation with the tots, who hung off their father's every word

Chats: He looked to be in conversation with the tots, who hung off their father’s every word

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