Australian stalwart batter Shaun Marsh announced his retirement from List A cricket and One-Day International cricket. Marsh played for approximately 15 years for his national team; despite his stellar cricket career, he quietly left the game. In domestic cricket, he is a legend of Western Australia and is the top run scorer with his team Western Australia.
He was also featured in the under-19 team of Australia for the ICC Men’s U-19 World cup 2000, along with Shane Watson, Mitchell Johnson and the current coach of the men’s team Andrew McDonald. All his U-19 teammates have already said goodbye to international cricket, and Marsh will join them in this retirement track. But still, he will play the league matches.
His peers voted him men’s domestic player of the year at the Australian Cricket Awards for 2019-20 and 2020-21.
He has played 38 test matches, in which he has registered 2265 runs to his name with an average of 34.31. He has six test centuries to his name. However, his highest individual is 182. He also played 73 ODIs matches, scored 2773 runs at an average of 40.77, and his highest individual score is 151. He has seven centuries and 15 half-centuries to his name in ODIs. He doesn’t play much T20I for his national team and has only 255 runs to his name in 15 T20I matches.
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