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Mitch

Marsh

All-Rounder

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Did you know?

Marsh became the youngest player to debut in Australian domestic one-day cricket when he played for Western Australia at the age of 17 in February 2009.

RUNS
62
AVERAGE
20.67
WICKETS
1
STRIKE RATE
42

Mitch

Marsh

All-Rounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Fast-Med

Did you know?

Marsh became the youngest player to debut in Australian domestic one-day cricket when he played for Western Australia at the age of 17 in February 2009.

RUNS
502
AVERAGE
33.47
WICKETS
12
STRIKE RATE
38.5

Mitch

Marsh

All-Rounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Fast-Med

Did you know?

Marsh became the youngest player to debut in Australian domestic one-day cricket when he played for Western Australia at the age of 17 in February 2009.

RUNS
310
AVERAGE
28.18
WICKETS
9
STRIKE RATE
70.1

All-Rounder

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Bowls Right Arm Fast-Med

AGE
24
HEIGHT
193CM
BORN

Perth

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Fremantle

Bio

Having chosen cricket over a career as an Australian Rules footballer, Mitchell Marsh wasted no time showing off the natural ability that he shares with his Test-playing father Geoff and brother Shaun.

He made his state debut at the age of 17, was an Under-19 World Cup-winning captain at 18 and earned an international call-up at 19, before some off-field issues and several serious injuries saw his career stall.

Having opted against the big money on offer in the Indian Premier League in 2014, Marsh burst back onto the scene with in double-century for Australia A against India A, which came as part of a record 371-run partnership with Warriors teammate Sam Whiteman.

Marsh was then rushed back into Australia’s one-day side for the tour of Zimbabwe, where took three wickets and posted scores of 89 against Zimbabwe and 86 not out from 51 balls against South Africa, which included an astonishing attack against Dale Steyn.

It was enough to earn Marsh a spot in Australia’s Test squad for the series against Pakistan in the UAE.

MATCHES
4
DEBUT
2011
CAP NO
54
BEST BATTING
36
BEST BOWLING
1-30
Bowling
WICKETS
1
AVERAGE
62
ECONOMY
8.86
S/R
42
5W
0
10W/M
0
Batting
RUNS
62
INNINGS
4
NOT OUTS
1
AVERAGE
20.67
100s
0
50s
0
MATCHES
19
DEBUT
2011
CAP NO
190
BEST BATTING
89
BEST BOWLING
5-33
Bowling
WICKETS
12
AVERAGE
35
ECONOMY
5.45
S/R
38.5
5W
1
10W/M
0
Batting
RUNS
502
INNINGS
18
NOT OUTS
3
AVERAGE
33.47
100s
0
50s
4
MATCHES
7
DEBUT
2014
CAP NO
438
BEST BATTING
87
BEST BOWLING
3-30
Bowling
WICKETS
9
AVERAGE
34.8
ECONOMY
2.98
S/R
70.1
5W
0
10W/M
0
Batting
RUNS
310
INNINGS
13
NOT OUTS
2
AVERAGE
28.18
100s
0
50s
1

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