Full name Charles Macdonald Marshall
Born May 10, 1961, Bailey's Bay
Current age 55 years 319 days
Major teams Bermuda, Bailey's Bay Cricket Club
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium
|List A span||1996/97 - 2000/01|
Charlie Marshall was a left-hand top-order batsman who did not give his wicket away cheaply and for more than a decade was one of Bermuda's leading players. He was also a more than useful medium-pace bowler and a veteran of three ICC Trophies. He was expected to notch a fourth in 2005 but was chopped from the Bermuda squad following disciplinary issues, a move which seemed likely to end his international career.
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