Malcolm Marshall
(Former West Indies Cricketer)

Marshall is regarded as one of the finest and fastest bowler ever to have played Test cricket. He was the most lethal bowler of the West Indies’ bowling attack of the 1980s. His quick bouncers, swinging ability and subtle changes of pace made him a complete package.

Malcolm Marshall
Nickname:Sobie, Killer, Macho
Profession:Former West Indies Cricketer
Role:Right arm fast
Biography
Autobiography:Marshall Arts

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Physical Appearance
Height (approx.):5’11”
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Eye Colour:Black
Hair Colour:Black
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Personal Life
Date of Birth:8 April 1958
Died on:4 November 1999 (aged 41)
Birth Place:Bridgetown, Barbados
Zodiac sign/Sun sign:Aries
Nationality:Barbadian
School:St Giles Boys’ School, Barbados
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Family
Father:Denzil DeCoster Edghill (cricketer)
Mother:Eleanor Welch
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Religion:Christianity
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Cricket Career
International Debut:
Test:15 December 1978 vs India
ODI:28 May 1980 vs England
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Major Team:West Indies, Barbados, Hampshire, Natal
Nature on field:Aggressive
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Records
  • Best Test bowling average (20.94) among those who have taken 200+ wickets
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Marital Status:Married
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Wife:Connie Earle
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Children:Mali Marshall
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Lesser Known Facts
  • Marshall kept the batsmen guessing, and often said, “Never bowl the same ball twice; variation is the key to success.”