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Name : Mitchell Marsh

Birth Info : 01 Jan ,1970 , at Attadale, Perth

Status : All Rounder Batting : Batting: Right Handed Bowling : Bowling: Right-arm medium

Player Profile

At 17, Mitchell Marsh became the youngest Australian ever to play in their domestic one-day competition, and was also Western Australia's youngest debutant for above 70 years. Son of former Aussie legend, Geoff Marsh, Mitchell played a significant role in helping the Australian Under-19 side clinch victory in the 2010 World Cup as he captained the team. He was then bought by the Hyderabad in the IPL that year.

In 2011, he was signed by the Pune. Later that year, he also received his maiden international call-up in Australia’s Twenty20 side on their tour to South Africa, followed by an ODI one too, in place of Brett Lee. The following year, Mitchell was signed by the Perth Scorchers for their inaugural Big Bash League as well as the Champions League T20.



Fast Facts

  • Mitchell Marsh is the son of former Australian batsman, Geoff and younger brother of Shaun, who is also a cricketer at the international level.

Player Batting Detail

Field

Test

ODI

IPL

T20

Matches

21

-

20

9

Innings

35

44

14

9

NotOuts

4

9

2

3

Runs

674

1242

225

133

Highest

87

102

38

36

Avarage

21.74

35.48

18.75

22.16

Strike Rate

75.00

121.42

146.15

171.42

Hundreds

0

1

0

0

Fifties

2

9

0

0

Fours

77

106

9

6

Player Bowling Detail

Field

Test

ODI

IPL

T20

Matches

21

48

20

9

Innings

-

45

18

7

Balls

1897

1592

315

102

Runs

1087

1483

414

133

TenWickets

0

0

0

0

FiveWickets

37.48

36.17

20.70

36.25

FourWickets

1

1

1

0

Average

37.48

36.17

20.70

36.25

EconomyRate

3.43

5.58

7.88

8.52

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