Shaun Marsh retires from first class cricket


Big blow to AUS in BGT
Veteran player announced his retirement

New Delhi. The Australian team is currently on an Indian tour and is fighting for equality in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. The Kangaroo team has suffered a major setback during the ongoing series. Veteran batsman Shaun Marsh, running out of the team, has put an end to his 23-year-long career. Marsh has announced his retirement from first class cricket as well as List A format.

Shaun Marsh made his first-class debut for Western Australia in 2001 at the age of just 17. He had expressed his desire to win the Sheffield Shield title last season, which was also fulfilled. Marsh led his team in the absence of his brother Mitchell Marsh. During this his team got victory.

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Shaun Marsh’s First Class Cricket Career:

Shaun Marsh played a total of 183 matches in first class cricket. Meanwhile, his bat yielded 12032 runs in 324 innings at an average of 41.20. He has 32 centuries and 58 fifties to his name in the first class. Marsh will turn 40 on July 9.

Marsh’s performance in List A cricket:

While talking about his List A performance, he played a total of 177 matches here. Meanwhile, his bat yielded 7158 runs in 173 innings at an average of 44.45. He has 19 centuries and 38 fifties in List A cricket.

Tags: Australia, Border Gavaskar Trophy, India vs Australia

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