Shaun Marsh Retirement: 16 years ago created a stir with the bat in IPL, now retired from cricket


Melbourne Renegades player Shaun Marsh has officially announced his retirement from professional cricket. The veteran cricketer announced to his teammates at the weekend that the upcoming match against Sydney Thunder will be his last match in the Big Bash League.

Marsh’s recent performance was excellent. He first scored an unbeaten half-century, which earned him the title of Player of the Match. This brilliant performance led Melbourne Renegades to a six-wicket win against Melbourne Stars at Marvel Stadium on Saturday night. His brilliant BBL 13 journey with three half-centuries has now come to an end.

Shaun Marsh took retirement from professional cricket

“I have loved playing for the Renegades, I have met some special people over the last five years and the friendships I have made will last a lifetime,” Shaun Marsh was quoted as saying by the Melbourne Renegades’ official website. The players playing in this group are very special and they have been very good to me and are very good teammates and friends as well.”

He further said that, our members and fans became very emotional and I am very grateful for their support during this time. Let us tell you that in the current season of Big Bash League, Marsh has scored 181 runs in five matches. Along with this, he has scored 3 half-centuries at an average of 45.25. Marsh scored the most runs in the first season of IPL and became the Orange Cap winner.

Talking about Marsh’s statistics in the Big Bash League, he is at sixth place in terms of scoring runs. He has scored 2810 runs at an impressive average of 40.72, which includes 27 fifties. If we look at Marsh’s international career, he has also been effective. He has scored 2773 runs in 73 ODI matches.

During this period he has scored 7 centuries and 15 half-centuries. His best ODI score has been 151 runs. He also played 38 test matches. Scored 2265 runs during this period. His best score in test has been 182 runs. During this period he scored 6 centuries and 10 half-centuries.

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