Mitchell Marsh: Wiki, Age, Bio, IPL Team, Career, Net Worth

Mitchell Marsh: Wiki, Age, Bio, IPL, Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Education, Height, Weight, Matches, Parents, Wife, Hometown: Mitchell Ross Marsh (born October 20, 1991) is an Australian cricketer who has represented his country internationally. Marsh has played for Australia in all three formats of the game, making his debut in the 2011–12 season and being a member of the Australian T20 World Cup-winning side in 2021. Marsh is Geoff Marsh’s second son and Shaun Marsh’s younger brother, both of whom have played for the Australian national team. His sister, Melissa Marsh, played professional basketball in Australian leagues, and he is a cousin of Brad Sheppard of the West Coast Eagles. He grew up in Perth, Western Australia, and went to Wesley College.

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Mitchell Marsh Career

Mitchell Marsh made his Warriors debut at the age of 17 in a Ford Ranger Cup game at Bunbury in February 2009. He became Western Australia’s youngest début in 70 years and the youngest player in an Australian domestic one-day game. He was the team captain for the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup and played for Australia’s under-19 squad against India in April 2009. Marsh had a fantastic campaign as Australia won the tournament under his leadership, making 201 runs, including a match-winning 97 in the semi-final against Sri Lanka. Marsh was acquired by the Deccan Chargers for the 2010 Indian Premier League season, then in 2011, he was purchased by the Pune Warriors, who were coached at the time by his former coach.

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Timeline 2019

Mitchell Marsh injured his bowling hand in October 2019 after striking a wall after being dismissed during a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania. Marsh was forced to miss the start of Australia’s Test season due to the injury, which was expected to take six weeks to recover. Mitchell Marsh has been picked as Marcus Stoinis’ replacement ahead of Australia’s 2019 Cricket World Cup opener against Pakistan on June 12th. Stoinis was forced to withdraw from the match due to injury, and Cricket Australia is waiting to determine if he will miss the remainder of the tournament.

Mitchell Marsh Family

Mitchell Marsh was born to Geoff Marsh, an Australian cricket coach, and Michelle Marsh, his mother. Shaun Marsh, an Australian cricketer, is his older brother, and Melissa Marsh, a former Australian professional basketball player, is his older sister. Since 2014, he has been dating Isabelle Platt, an Australian model.

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Mitchell Marsh Bio, Height, Weight, Profile, Net Worth

Real Name Mitchell Marsh
Nickname Mitchell
Gender Female
Profession Australian cricketer
Height (approx.) In centimetres – 165 CM
In meters- 1.65 m
In Feet Inches – 5.5
Weight (approx.) in kilograms– 60 kg

in pounds– 150 lbs

Figure Measurements (approx.) Not Known
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Brown
Date of Birth 20 October 1991
Age (as in 2018) 30 Years
Birth Place Attadale, Western Australia
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Not Known
Nationality Brtish
Hometown Attadale, Western Australia
School Not Known
College/University Not Known
Educational Qualification Not Known
Religion Not Known
Ethnicity British
Caste Not Known
Address Not Known
Hobbies/Interests Not Known
Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs/Boyfriends/Girlfriends Not Known
Sexuality Straight
Parents Geoff Marsh (father)
Siblings Brother: Shaun Marsh

Sister: Melissa Marsh

Husband/Wife/Spouse N/A
Children N/A
Net Worth $600k

Some lesser-known facts about Mitchell Marsh

  • Swamp made his Warriors debut in February 2009 at the age of 17 in a Ford Ranger Cup game in Bunbury. He was the youngest Western Australian début in 70 years, as well as the youngest player in an Australian domestic ODI.
  • Mitchell Marsh played for Australia’s Under-19 side against India in April 2009 and was the group commander for the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
  • Bog had tough competition as Australia swept contests under his command, amassing 201 runs, including a commanding 97 against Sri Lanka in the first match.
  • At an early age, he developed into a T20 agent. In 2011, Mitchell Marsh was recruited into the Pune Warriors club, where he remained until 2013. He also played in the Sri Lanka Premier League for the Nagenahira Nagas. Since the Big Bash League’s establishment in 2011, he has been a regular fixture of the Perth Scorchers’ team in Australia.

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