|Full name||Hamish John Hamilton Marshall|
15 February 1979 |
Warkworth, New Zealand
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
|Relations||James Marshall (twin brother)|
|Test debut (cap 213)||8 December 2000
New Zealand v South Africa
|Last Test||15 April 2006
New Zealand v South Africa
|ODI debut (cap 132)||29 November 2003
New Zealand v Pakistan
|Last ODI||9 April 2007
Ireland v New Zealand
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricinfo, 9 June 2013|
Hamish John Hamilton Marshall (born 15 February 1979, Auckland) is a New Zealand cricketer. He is the identical twin brother of James Marshall. Hamish and James became the second pair of twins (after Mark and Steve Waugh) to play Test cricket, and are the first identical pair.
Marshall, a middle-order batsman, made his Test debut against South Africa in December 2000. Batting at No. 7, he made an unbeaten 40.
He waited another three years until he was called up for the one-day series in Pakistan in 2003-04. In his third game, he scored 101 not out at Faisalabad. In the corresponding home series he scored 64 and 84 to help New Zealand win the series. He helped New Zealand to win the 2003-04 home one-day series against South Africa, and was called up for the 2004 NatWest Series in England. He scored 75 not out and 55 in the group matches, before contributing 44 as New Zealand won the final against West Indies.
Marshall was a late call-up for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, in which he scored one half-century. After the tournament, he chose to reject a contract with New Zealand in order to play for Gloucestershire, due to his Irish passport Marshall does not count as an overseas player so long as he does not play for New Zealand.
Marshall has also played for Northland in the Hawke Cup and used to play for the Royal Bengal Tigers in the Indian Cricket Leagueuntil ICL collapsed in mid-2009. In February 2009, Indian cricketers Sachin Tendulkar and Dinesh Karthik had to withdraw from playing in a friendly T20 cricket match between Australian Cricketers' Association and New Zealand Cricket Players Association, because of Marshall's involvement in the match. Due to the rivalry between the IPL and the ICL, the BCCI asked Tendulkar and Karthik not to play in the match. The BCCI cited the involvement of Marshall in one of the teams for not fielding its cricketers.
In October 2010, it was announced that Marshall would tour India with the Ireland cricket team. It was hoped that it would assist his integration into the team in the event the ICC allowed him to play for Ireland in ODIs.
Career best performances
as of 20 December 2012
|Tests||160||New Zealand v Sri Lanka||Napier||2005||-||-|
|ODI||101*||New Zealand v Pakistan||Faisalabad||2003||-||-|
|T20I||8||New Zealand v Australia||Auckland||2005||-|
|FC||170||Northern Districts Knights v Canterbury Wizards||Rangiora||2010||4-24||Gloucestershire v Leicestershire||Leicester||2010|
|LA||122||Gloucestershire Gladiators v Sussex Sharks||Hove||2007||2-21||Gloucestershire Gladiators v Hampshire Hawks||Southampton||2009|
|T20||102||Gloucestershire Gladiators v Middlesex Panthers||Uxbridge||2011||-|
- Hamish Marshall walks out on New Zealand
- "Hamish Marshall responsible for Tendulkar\'s withdrawl!". Mid-day.com. 2009-02-27. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
- "Ireland: Ed Joyce and Hamish Marshall named in touring party | Ireland Cricket News | ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo.com. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
- "Hamish Marshall named Gloucestershire captain for T20". 11 June 2012.