Australian Cricket Star, Rod Marsh has kicked the bucket on 4th March 2022. He died at the age of 74.
Who is Rod Marsh?
Rodney William Marsh MBE popular known as Rod Marsh was an Australian professional cricketer. He is famous for playing for the national team of Australia as a wicketkeeper.
Known for his great skills in Cricket he played from 1970–71 to the 1983–84 Australian season.
Rod retired from Test cricket in 1984, with a world record of 355 dismissals and 3,633 runs to his name.
Marsh eventually became a selector after retiring from cricket and headed the country’s cricket academy.
He spent four years as the director of the ECB national academy in England between 2001 and 2005, and he also led the ICC’s inaugural world coaching academy in Dubai.
In 2009, he was admitted into the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket Hall of Fame, 24 years after being inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. In 1982, he was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire.
Rod Marsh Cause of death
The cricket star for Australia is said to have died from a heart attack on 4th March 2022 at Adelaide hospital.