Name: James Marshall
Date of birth: 15/02/1979
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Northern
Bowling Style: Right arm medium
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test debut v Australia at Auckland in March 2005.
- ODI debut v Australia at Auckland in February 2005.
- T20I debut v South Africa at Johannesburg in October 2005 .
- A quality batsman who is happy opening or playing in the middle order.
- Despite a low average score at the time, his technique was enough to convince the selectors of his potential and hand him a debut.
- Twin brother of Hamish Marshall who is also a New Zealand international.
- February 2010
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2005-2008||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||52||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
|Career Span:||2005-2009||Innings Bowled:||0|
|Highest Score:||50||Best bowling in Innings:||N/A|
Full International Career History
|May 23 2008||England||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||0|
|May 15 2008||England||Lord's||1||24|
|Aug 15 2005||Zimbabwe||Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo||1||10|
|Aug 7 2005||Zimbabwe||Harare||1||5|
|Apr 11 2005||Sri Lanka||Basin Reserve, Wellington||1||28|
|Apr 4 2005||Sri Lanka||McLean Park, Napier||1||52|
|Mar 26 2005||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||1||29|
|Mar 19 2009||England Lions||Pukekura Park, New Plymouth||1||24|
|Mar 16 2009||England Lions||1||125*|
|Mar 13 2009||England Lions||1||34|
|Jun 15 2008||England||The Riverside, Chester-le-Street||1||4|
|Jan 2 2007||Sri Lanka||Jade Stadium, Christchurch||1||5|
|Dec 31 2006||Sri Lanka||Queenstown Events Centre||1||50|
|Dec 28 2006||Sri Lanka||McLean Park, Napier||1||0|
|Dec 7 2005||Australia||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||1||6|
|Dec 3 2005||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||1||1|
|Mar 5 2005||Australia||McLean Park, Napier||1||0|
|Mar 1 2005||Australia||Basin Reserve, Wellington||1||9|
|Feb 26 2005||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||1||14|
Today's Fixtures & Results
England 201-7ResultIndia 200
England win by 3 wickets
Related James Marshall News
Black Caps blow away Irish
New Zealand recorded a 290-run win over Ireland - the biggest margin of victory in the history of one-day international cricket.
McCullum fit to keep
Brendon McCullum has been passed fit to keep wicket for New Zealand in the third Test at Trent Bridge despite a back injury.
Marshall happy as underdog
James Marshall is hoping a new-look New Zealand side can catch England by surprise in the three-Test series.