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Mitchell Marsh Wife, Age, Height, IPL, BBL, Teams, Records, Controversies

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Mitchell Marsh, for some time, has been one of the promising cricketers in Australian cricket circuit. Marsh has been in and around Team Australia but has not been able to cement a place in the unit.

Mitchell Marsh

Nickname: Bison, Mitch 

Role: All Rounder 

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International Debut

Test: vs Pakistan in Dubai 22nd October 2014

ODI: vs South Africa in Centurion 19th October 2011

T20I: vs South Africa in Johannesburg 16th October 2011

Career Turning Point: He captained for the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He came to the spotlight when Australia win the match under his captaincy. 

Jersey Number: #8 (Australia), #10 (Perth Scorchers)

Major Teams: Australia U19, Australia, Deccan Chargers, Western Australia, Pune Warriors, Perth Scorchers, Nagenahira Nagas, Australia A, Western Australia Chairmans XI, Rising Pune Supergiant

Mitch Marsh Wife

Picture Source: Robert Clanflone/Getty Images

Marital Status:

 Unmarried

Girlfriend: Isabelle Platt 

Wife: NA

Marriage Date: NA

Children: NA

 

Picture Source: Reuters

Mitch Marsh Height

6ft

Weight (approx.): 72 Kg

Eye Colour: Hazel Brown 

Hair Colour: Dark Brown 

Date of Birth: 20th October 1991 

Age (as of May 2021): 27 Years

Birth Place: Attadale, Perth, Australia

Nationality: Australian

Zodiac sign/Sun sign:  Libra 

School: NA

College: Wesley College, South Perth, Australia 

Educational Qualifications: NA

Signature: NA

Father: Geoff Marsh (Former Cricketer)

Mother: Mitchelle

Sister: Melissa Marsh (Elder, Former Basketball Player) 

Brother: Shaun Marsh (Elder, Cricketer)

Coach/Mentor: NA

Religion: Christianity

Address: Australia 

Picture Source: Mark Evans/ Getty Images

Hobbies: Listening to music, watching Football 

Favouite Cricketers: Steve Waugh, Jacque Kallis 

Tattoo: NA

Smoking/Drinking: No/Yes

  • Before pursuing cricket career, Marsh was very much interested in Football. He represented Western Australia in 2008 AFL National Under-18 Championships.
  • He was the youngest player when he was representing Western  Australian Warriors in a one-day game.

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