Legendary Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Rod Marsh has died. Cricket Australia confirmed Marsh’s death in a statement. It is learned that the legendary cricketer was 84 years old at the time of his death.

Rod Marsh was the first Australian wicketkeeper to score a century in Test cricket. He was in a coma for a long time. His death has cast a shadow of mourning over world cricket.

The legendary wicketkeeper-batsman suffered a heart attack last week. He was later admitted to the hospital. Rod Marsh is reported to have died at a hospital in Adelaide. He played 96 Tests for Australia from 1980 to 1984. He stood behind the wicket and took 355 wickets.

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have scored 3633 runs, including 3 centuries, in Tests for Australia. Rod Marsh is the third wicket-keeper-batsman to have scored the most six Test half-centuries in England. 

Rod Marsh has scored 1225 runs in 92 ODIs and taken 124 wickets. Rod Marsh has four half centuries in ODIs. Rod Marsh was also the selector of the Australian men’s cricket team.

Rod Marsh resigned as selector in 2016. The sudden death of the legendary cricketer has caused a stir in world cricket. News of Marsh’s death has cast a shadow of mourning over the cricketing world.

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