Shaun Edward Marsh
(born 9 July 1983 in Narrogin, Western Australia
), is an Australia cricketer
who plays for the Western Warriors
in Australian domestic cricket and has represented Australia
at One Day International
and Twenty20 International
levels. The left-handed opening batsman
is the son of former Test cricketer Geoff Marsh
After representing Western Australia at Under 17 and Under 19 level, Marsh represented Australia at both the 1999–2000 and 2001–02 ICC Under-19 World Cups. In the 1999–2000 tournament, held in Sri Lanka, he was the second highest run scorer for Australia behind Shane Watson
, and other notable teammates included played alongside Michael Clarke
, Nathan Hauritz
and Mitchell Johnson
. At the 2001–02 tournament in New Zealand, which Australia won, he scored the fourth most runs for the tournament, with the captain of the Australian side, Cameron White
being the leading run scorer.
During this time, Marsh made his first-class cricket
debut in 2000–01, against South Australia
at the WACA Ground
in March 2001. He played as a middle order batsman, and played this final three games of the season, before continuing to represent both the Australian Under 19 side and the Australian Cricket Academy
throughout 2001 in the lead-up to the World Cup in New Zealand in January to February 2002.
In October 2002, Marsh was named to play for Western Australia against the touring......