|Full name||Mitchell Ross Marsh|
20 October 1991 |
Attadale, Western Australia, Australia
|Height||193 cm (6 ft 4 in)|
|Batting style||Right-handed bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Relations||Geoff Marsh (father)
Shaun Marsh (brother)
Melissa Marsh (sister)
|Test debut||22 October 2014 v Pakistan|
|Last Test||17 December 2014 v India|
|ODI debut (cap 190)||October 19 2011 v South Africa|
|Last ODI||February 28 2015 v New Zealand|
|T20I debut (cap 54)||October 16 2011 v South Africa|
|Last T20I||February 3 2014 v India|
|Domestic team information|
|2011–2013||Pune Warriors India|
|Source: ESPN Cricinfo, 10 January 2015|
The son of Geoff Marsh and brother of Shaun Marsh, both of whom have played Test matches for the Australian national side, Marsh has represented Australia at One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) level, making his debut in both formats during the 2011–12 season.
He was raised in Perth, Western Australia, where he attended Wesley College, and made his senior debut for the state team at the age of 17, becoming the youngest person to play in the Australian domestic one-day tournament.
Marsh made his debut for the Warriors at the age of 17 in February 2009 in a Ford Ranger Cup game at Bunbury. He became the youngest ever player in an Australian domestic one-day game and Western Australia's youngest debutant for 70 years. In April 2009, he was given the opportunity to play for Australia's Under 19s squad against India, in Australia.
Marsh was handed the captaincy for the 2010 U-19 Cricket World Cup. Under his leadership Australia won the tournament, Marsh having a successful tournament scoring 201 runs, including a match winning 97 in the semi-final against Sri Lanka. Marsh was drafted to the Deccan Chargers for the 2010 IPL.
Marsh was selected by the Sahara Pune Warriors who are coached by his father, Geoff Marsh for US$ 290,000 in the IPL Auction 2011. He played in five matches, scoring a total of 50 runs and taking 7 wickets.
In September 2011, he was named in Australia's Twenty20 squad to tour South Africa. Later, when Brett Lee withdrew due to injury, he was added to the Australian One Day International squad as well.
Playing for Australia A against India A in July 2014 at Allan Border Field, Marsh scored 211 runs batting seventh in Australia's first innings, his first double century. He and Sam Whiteman, who scored 174 runs, put on 371 runs for the seventh wicket, an Australian record and the second-highest seventh-wicket partnership recorded, behind the 460-run record set by Bhupinder Singh and Pankaj Dharmani during the 1994–95 season. The previous Australian record, set by Queenslanders Cassie Andrews and Eric Bensted, had stood since the 1934–35 season.
In August 2014, he scored 89 runs against Zimbabwe in first match of the Tri-series at Harare Sports Club. He batted at no. 3 and added 109 runs for the fourth wicket with Glenn Maxwell at more than 12-an-over, with Marsh also having contributed to partnerships of 47 and 33 with Aaron Finch and George Bailey.
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- History in the Making This Sunday at Hands Oval; 6 February 2009
- 2011 IPL statistics
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- Mitchell Marsh to stay on for Lee
- Mitchell Marsh gets Australia to 147
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- Zimbabwe fold after Marsh, Maxwell blitz
- ICC Cricket World Cup, 2nd Match, Pool A: Australia v England at Melbourne, Feb 14, 2015
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