Former Australian wicketkeeper Rod Marsh passed away
Former Australian cricketer Rod Marsh has died. The 74-year-old died following a heart attack in Adelaide. The former wicketkeeper has played Test cricket from 1970 to 1984. He has played in 92 ODIs for Australia.
He was involved in the dismissal of 355 opponents. 95 of these were Dennis Lilly’s balls. The alliance between the two was the talk of the town at the time. Left-hander Marsh became the first wicket-keeper to score a Test century for Australia. Marsh has scored three centuries in total. After retirement he also served as head of cricket academies in Australia and England. He was also the first coach of the International Cricket Council’s World Coaching Academy in Dubai.
He also served as Australia’s Chairman of Selectors in 2014. He has scored 3633 runs in 96 Tests. In addition to the three centuries, he also scored 16 half-centuries. Marsh’s highest score is 132 runs. He scored 1225 runs in 92 ODIs. 66 High score. He scored 1225 runs in ODIs. He scored 11067 runs in 257 first class matches. This includes 12 centuries and 55 half-centuries.
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