Australian cricket legend Rod Marsh had died at the age of 74. He is following a major heart attack last Thursday.
Australian cricket legend Rod Marsh had died aged 74 following a major heart attack last Thursday.
The former Test wicketkeeper was taken to hospital after falling ill in a car shortly after arriving in Queensland to attend a charity event.
Rod Marsh Death Cause
Marsh was recently moved to Royal Adelaide Hospital in a serious but stable condition. He passed away on Friday.
Australian cricket legend Rod Marsh had kicked the bucket matured 74 following a significant coronary failure last Thursday.
The previous Test wicketkeeper was taken to clinic in the wake of becoming sick in a vehicle soon after showing up in Queensland to go to a cause occasion.
How did Rod Mash Die?
Swamp was as of late moved to Royal Adelaide Hospital in a genuine yet stable condition. He died on Friday.
“For my mom Ros and siblings Dan and Jamie, it is with enormous trouble that I exhort my dad Rod died calmly early toward the beginning of today,” child Paul said in an articulation.
“He has been a mind-boggling spouse, father, and granddad and we have been so lucky to have had him in for our entire lives.
“We are so appreciative for the entirety of the affection and backing our family has gotten from such countless individuals in the course of the last week. It has invigorated us in the most troublesome seven day stretch of our lives.”
Swamp played 96 Tests for Australia somewhere in the range of 1970 and 1984, trapping 355 excusals behind the stumps and framing an exceptional association with paceman Dennis Lillee.
He likewise recently filled in as Australia’s executive of selectors prior to venturing down in 2016.
Tributes flowed from around world cricket, with former NSW wicketkeeper Daniel Smith remembering “one of a kind coach, mentor and person”.
“A lot of cricket’s success in Australia is owed to Rod,” Smith wrote.
“My thoughts go out to his family and the entire cricket community. A sad day.”
NSW wicketkeeper Peter Nevill was called up to the Australian Test side during Marsh’s stint as a national selector.
“I always found him generous and kind,” he wrote.