How Did Rod Marsh Die? Former Australian Wicketkeeper Great Rod Marsh Passed Away at 74

A very famous cricketer whose name is Rod Marsh has been died today at the age of 74 years old, He played more than 96 Test matches and he was also a long time National team selector. Before we tell you more about Rod Marsh’s death incident, we want that you should know who was Rod Marsh. Keep Visiting

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Rodney William Marsh who was also known as Rod Marsh was born on 4 November 1947 in Armadale, Western Australia. And he was a Left handed batsman in the Australian cricket team and a right arm bowler and sometimes he also did wicket keeping in the team. Marsh had a Test career spanning from the 1970–71 to the 1983–84 Australian seasons.

Who was Rod Marsh?

In 96 Tests, he set a world record of 355 wicketkeeping dismissals, the same number his pace bowling Western Australian teammate Dennis Lillee achieved with the ball. The pair were known for their bowler–wicketkeeper partnership. Marsh played backyard cricket with his older brother Graham, who became a professional golfer and won eleven times on the European Tour.

Rod Marsh death news was confirmed by the doctors in the hospital in which he was admitted. The doctors said that he died because of a sudden heart attack. Many famous people’s have been also reacted on his death. Added Henderson says “Our thoughts are with Rod’s wife Ros, his sons Paul, Dan and Jamie and the extended Marsh family, his many friends and teammates with whom he created so many special memories.”

Death Cause of Rod Marsh

All this shows that how much people’s loved him and he will always be remembered by everyone who knows him because he was a deserving person. He earned a lot of love and fame in his life. May his soul rest in peace.


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