Rod Marsh

Rod Marsh quits as Cricket Australia chief selector

Rod Marsh quits as Cricket Australia chief selector

Melbourne [Australia], Nov. 16 : Cricket Australia chairman of selectors Rod Marsh has resigned from his post following the humiliating Test series defeat at the hands of South Africa.

Proteas' pacemen tore through Australia's last eight wickets before lunch on Day Four of the second Test to complete a humiliating innings and 80-run defeat at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart on Tuesday and seal the three-match Test series with a game to spare.

Marsh, who is due to finish his contract in June, stood down today as the pressure for change started increasing especially with Australia's recent slump in form.

"This is my own decision and no-one within Cricket Australia has pressured me or even suggested that I should do this," he was quoted as saying by news.com.au.

Rod Marsh eyes Hilditch job on selection panel

Rod Marsh eyes Hilditch job on selection panelMelbourne, Aug 20 : Legendary Australian wicketkeeper Rod Marsh is interested in taking over as chairman of the National Selection Panel (NSP) of Cricket Australia (CA).

The Age reported that Marsh is a potential replacement for departing chairman of selectors Andrew Hilditch, but CA will conduct a thorough global search for a head coach to share the selection duties.




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