Australian cricketer Shaun Marsh on Friday (March 10) called on his 22-year-long first-class career. The 39-year-old announced his retirement from first-class cricket after playing with Western Australia at Sheffield Shield level and leading them to Sheffield Shield title last summer.
“Shaun Marsh has called stumps on an incredible state career”, Cricket Australia wrote on Twitter. “Congratulations Shaun Marsh on an outstanding state career!” it further read.
It is to be noted that marsh ends his career as the state’s all-time, all-formats leading run-scorer (12811 runs in 236 matches) ahead of his former teammate and coach Justin Langer. He finishes having played 38 Tests for Australia with 2265 runs. Marsh made his first-class debut at 17 in 2001.
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