In the third Test at Headingley, Marshall ran through England's batting order in the second innings to finish with 7/53, despite having broken his thumb whilst fielding in the first innings. He took over 1,000 wickets for Hampshire, and received more than £60,000 (tax free) in his benefit year in 1987. The first delivery I faced in the match was from Malcolm and of course his reputation with the ball preceded him. Is it a Malinga one? – Brian Lara describing the first time he faced Marshall. Marshall made his Test début in the Second Test at Bangalore on 15 December 1978.
He retired from international cricket following the 1992 World Cup.
Mainpower Oval (Recreation Ground), Rangiora, Match delayed - umpires inspection at 2pm local. At the funeral service at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium in Wildey, Barbados, former West Indian fast bowler Rev. In 1984/85 Marshall had another successful series at home against New Zealand, although there were calls for his bouncers to be ruled as intimidatory beyond what was acceptable, and that Marshall should have been admonished by the umpires. He generated fearsome pace from his bowling action, with a dangerous bouncer. Illness and Death In 1996, Marshall became coach both of Hampshire and the West Indies, although the latter's steadily declining standards during this period brought a considerable amount of criticism his way. On the back of this single first-class appearance he was selected to tour India in 1978/79, many first-choice West Indian stars being unavailable having committed themselves to playing World Series Cricket. He immediately left his coaching job to begin treatment, but this was ultimately unsuccessful. Marshall's final appearances for West Indies came in One Day International cricket – the 1992 World Cup. 1947), “Though you forget the way to the Temple,There is one who remembers the way to your door:Life you may evade, but Death you shall not.You shall not deny the Stranger.”—T.S.
While he was in England coaching the team during this year's World Cup he was diagnosed with cancer of the colon, immediately relinquishing his duties mid-tournament. No autopsy was done until a year after Marshall’s death. He grew up in the parish of Saint Michael, Barbados and was educated at St Giles Boys' School from 1963 to 1969 and then at Parkinson Comprehensive from 1969 to 1973.. But the grand jury that heard Estes’ testimony ruled it a homicide. In 1999, during the World Cup it was revealed that Marshall had colon cancer. His mother was Eleanor Welch. That was the first time I had got close to him. He immediately left his coaching job to begin treatment, but this was ultimately unsuccessful. Marshall's initial senior appearance was a Geddes Grant/Harrison Line Trophy (List A) match for Barbados on 13 February 1978; again he got out without scoring and did not take a wicket.
Four days later, he made his first-class debut against Jamaica, and whilst he failed to score runs, he claimed 6–77 in the Jamaican first innings. In seven successive Test series from 1982/83 to 1985/86 he took 21 or more wickets each time, in the last five of them averaging under 20. Whilst playing at Natal, his experience was invaluable, and his guidance was an influential spark in the early career of Shaun Pollock. His most productive series in this period was the 1983/84 rubber against India, when he claimed 33 wickets as well as averaging 34 with the bat and making his highest Test score of 92 at Kanpur. The entrance road to Hampshire's ground the Rose Bowl is called Marshall Drive in memory of Marshall and another West Indian Hampshire great Roy Marshall. His final Test wicket – his 376th – was that of Graham Gooch. Malcolm Denzil Marshall, who was born in Bridgetown on 18 April 1958, was a stockily-built player who was much shorter than the other great West Indian pacemen of his time, notably Holding, Garner, Croft, Walsh and Ambrose. Marshall played a key role, taking the second-most wickets in the series with 24, behind only Joel Garner who took 29, and establishing his reputation as one of the finest bowlers in the world. Marshall relinquished his county duties during the 1984 tour of England. He was buried at St Bartholomew's Church, Barbados. Despite doing little of note in the three Tests he played on that tour, he did take 37 wickets in all first-class games, and Hampshire saw enough in him to take him on as their overseas player for 1979, remaining with the county until 1993. Latterly he had been coach of the West Indian team at a most difficult time with the team in a state of decline. Another trophy with the same name was set up to be the prize in an annual game between Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. While he was first diagnosed with the condition about six months ago and had been undergoing chemotherapy, the news of his death was unexpected and came as a shock to many. I had my first encounter with Malcolm at the beginning of my first-class career in 1988 when Trinidad and Tobago was playing against Barbados. Marshall was coming towards the end of his international career, moreover, and though he took 11 wickets in the match against India at Port of Spain the following winter, he played his last Test at The Oval in 1991. In the 1982 season he took an extraordinary 134 first-class wickets.  He is often acknowledged as the greatest West Indian fast bowler of all time, and certainly one of the most complete fast bowlers the cricketing world ever saw. His Test bowling average of 20.94 is the best of anyone who has taken 200 or more wickets. He immediately left his coaching job to begin treatment, but this was ultimately unsuccessful. On the Sunday of the UK's August bank holiday, invitation XIs play against an individual's "select eleven". Malcolm had three half-brothers and three half-sisters. Marshall heard of his selection on the radio while working in the storeroom at Banks Brewery and later claimed he did not know where India was. Marshall was also a very dangerous lower middle-order batsman with ten Test fifties and seven first-class centuries. He married his long-term partner, Connie Roberta Earle, in Romsey on 25 September 1999, and returned to his home town, where he died on 4 November aged forty-one, weighing little more than 25 kg.  He achieved his bowling success despite being, by the standards of other fast bowlers of his time, a short man – he stood at 180 cm (5 ft 11 in), while most of the great quicks have been well above 182 cm (6 ft 0 in) and many great West Indian fast bowlers, such as Joel Garner, Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh, were 197 cm (6 ft 6 in) or above. In all Tests he took 376 wickets at 20.94, his strike rate of 46.7 balls per wicket being one of the very best of all time. The cricket world is in mourning following the news of the death of one of the greatest fast bowlers of modern times, Malcolm Marshall. In 2009, Marshall was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.
Malcolm Denzil Marshall (18 April 1958 – 4 November 1999) was a Barbadian cricketer. , In the first test at Edgbaston, which the West Indies won by an innings and 180 runs, he ended the Test career of local Warwickshire opener Andy Lloyd after half an hour; he had already faced a few short deliveries from both Marshall and Garner but was then caught unawares by a delivery from Marshall that rose sharply and struck him flush on the temple behind his right eye. In 1999, during the World Cup it was revealed that Marshall had colon cancer. Unfortunately he took a turn for the worse this week and was admitted to hospital on Wednesday, dying the following day. He also came out to bat at number 11 in West Indies' first innings despite his injury, allowing his team to gain a further psychological advantage as Larry Gomes completed an unbeaten century (Marshall batted one-handed that day, with one arm in plaster).. His coffin was carried at the service by five West Indian captains.  His coffin was carried at the service by five West Indian captains. A few months later he took five in an innings twice at home against Australia. He also used an in-swinging yorker as well as developing an effective leg-cutter, and with the exception of the 1986/87 New Zealanders, against whom he could only manage nine wickets at 32.11, no side seemed to have an answer to him. A rising delivery broke the nose of Mike Gatting, England's captain, in a one-day match in February 1986; Marshall later found bone fragments embedded in the leather of the ball. He was in the Hampshire team that won the 1992 Benson & Hedges Cup. In his final senior appearance, against Western Province in a limited-overs game at Cape Town, the first of his two victims was his former international teammate Desmond Haynes. Talking Points: Why did Delhi Capitals hold back Anrich Nortje and Kagiso Rabada?  To mark 150 years of the Cricketers' Almanack, Wisden named him in an all-time Test World XI. He made nought and his eight overs disappeared for 53 runs. "The worldwide outpouring of grief," wrote journalist-friend Pat Symes, "was testimony to the genuine love and admiration he engendered. He married his long-term partner, Connie Roberta Earle, in Romsey on 25 September 1999, and returned to his home town, where he died on 4 November aged 41, weighing little more than 25 kg.. The entrance road to Hampshire's ground the Rose Bowl is called Marshall Drive in memory of Marshall and another West Indian Hampshire great Roy Marshall. In the series, he took five or more wickets in an innings three times, had the best bowling average - conceding only 18.20 runs per wicket, and the best strike rate - averaging one wicket every 42 deliveries. One of the finest fast bowlers of all time, England pacer Fred Trueman was also a victim of cancer. He immediately developed a career-long antipathy to Dilip Vengsarkar due to his aggressive appealing. Lloyd soon had to retire hurt when he realized he was suffering blurred vision in his right eye and was hospitalized for several days.
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