Malcolm Marshall

Malcolm Marshall

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Malcolm Denzil Marshall (18 April 1958 – 4 November 1999) was a West Indian cricketer. Primarily a fast bowler, Marshall is regarded as one of the finest and fastest pacemen ever to have played Test cricket. Mike Selvey et al, Cricinfo. Mohsin Abbas, Toronto Star, 19 April 2007. Mike Selvey, The Guardian, 4 October 2007. Rob Smyth, The Guardian, 19 March 2011. His Test bowling average of 20.94 is the best of anyone who has taken 200 or more wickets. Cricinfo. while most of the great quicks have been well above and many great West Indian fast bowlers, such as Joel Garner, Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh, were or above. Marshall was also a very dangerous lower-order batsman with ten Test fifties and seven first-class centuries.

Early years

Born in Bridgetown, Barbados, Marshall was partly taught cricket by his grandfather, who helped to bring him up after his father was killed in a road accident. His first representative match was a 40-over affair for West Indies Young Cricketers against their English equivalents at Pointe-à-Pierre, Trinidad and Tobago in August 1976. He made nought and his eight overs disappeared for 53 runs.

Marshall's first senior appearance was a Geddes...
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