David Warner has hit 142 for NSW in a warm-up one day cricket match against Western Australia.

David Warner showed he has lost little touch despite sitting out Australia’s one day tour of Zimbabwe, smashing 142 off 117 balls in a warm-up game for NSW against Western Australia.

The Warriors were set an imposing target of 6-336 by the Blues at Allan Border Field in Brisbane, Australian opener Warner doing a chunk of the damage.

He was well-supported by Moises Henriques’ with 84 not out.

In reply, WA couldn’t mount a serious challenge after a middle-order collapse, with the tail-enders pushing the Warriors to 9-205 from their 50 overs for a 131-run loss.

Warner decided not to tour Zimbabwe to rest and be with his partner Candice Falzon, who is due to give birth to the couple’s first child this month.