- Kent County Cricket Club 1982 - 1999
A former English cricketer, Steve Marsh was born on 27th January 1961 in Westminster, London. He played for Kent County Cricket Club throughout his cricket career and even captained the side for two seasons from 1997 to 1998. He played as a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper.
Steve Marsh made his first class debut for Kent on 1st May 1982. In two hundred and ninety one first class matches, he scored 10098 runs at a batting average of 28.05. His highest score in these matches were 142 runs in a match played against Sussex. Overall, he has nine centuries and fifty five half centuries into his account. He also took 688 catches and 61 stumpings as wicket-keeper. Marsh has also taken 2 first-class wickets against Warwickshire
Marsh played 313 List A matches scoring 2983 runs, He had six half centuries in these matches. He took 320 catches and 34 stumpings. In these matches, Marsh has taken a wicket against Cambridgeshire.
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