Mitchell Ross Marsh was born on 20th October 1991 in Armadale, Western Australia. He is an Australian Cricketer who bats in the middle order and bowls medium fast. Mitchell is the son of the former Australian Cricketer Geoff Marsh and brother of Shaun Marsh who plays for the Australian National Team. He has the maximum number of runs to his name in a Darlot season, which is domestic cricket in Australia.

Mitchell made his debut at the age of 17 years in February 2009 for Warriors in the Ford Ranger Cup at Bunbury. Thus he became the youngest player to do so in an Australian domestic one-day game. He was selected to play for the Australian Under-19 Team which had to play against India. In 2010 he was awarded with the captaincy of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup Team. Marsh wonderfully handled the team and lead Australia to victory in the Under-19 World Cup. He also had a successful tournament with the bat and scored 201 runs which included a match winning knock of 97 runs against Sri Lanka in the Semi Final match.

Team 1085 delhi capitals Delhi Capitals
Role All Rounder
Born 20 Oct 1991
Nationality Australia Australia
Nickname Mitch
Team History
1085 delhi capitals Delhi Capitals 2022 - present
54 australia national cricket team Australia 2019 - present
2808 perth scorchers Perth Scorchers 2011 - present
2956 rising pune supergiants Rising Pune Supergiants 2020 - present
2890 sunrisers hyderabad Sunrisers 2020 - present
Surrey County Cricket Club Surrey County 2018
54 australia national cricket team Australia 2011 - 2018
2956 rising pune supergiants Rising Pune Supergiants 2016 - 2017
2563 pune warriors india Pune Warriors 2011 - 2013
1084 deccan chargers Deccan Chargers 2010

In 2010 Marsh was a part of Deccan Chargers Team in the IPL and now he has been bought by the Sahara Pune Warriors which will be coached by his father Geoff Marsh. Here he would be required to give solid and explosive starts to the innings of the Pune based team.

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