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Sep 28, 2014: Hamish Marshall on his New Zealand career, playing backyard cricket with his twin, and how he likes his steak
Gloucestershire v Derbyshire, Cheltenham, 3rd day
Jul 16, 2014: Hamish Marshall holds the key to Gloucestershire's chances of avoiding defeat by Derbyshire on the final day at Cheltenham.
Gloucestershire v Glamorgan, Bristol, 1st day
Jun 21, 2014: Stand-in skipper Hamish Marshall led from the front with his second century of the season as injury-hit Gloucestershire ran up 308 for 5 in glorious sunshine
Gloucs v Hampshire, Bristol, 3rd day
Apr 15, 2014: New Zealander Hamish Marshall held up Hampshire's victory bid on day three at Bristol by spearheading a battling Gloucestershire recovery. His unbeaten 84 kept his side alive
Gloucestershire v Glamorgan, YB40 Group C, Bristol
Aug 18, 2013: Michael Klinger once again led from the front as Gloucestershire kept alive their hopes of a place in the Yorkshire Bank 40 semi-finals
Northamptonshire v Gloucestershire, Northampton, 1st day
Aug 2, 2013: Hamish Marshall struck his fourth century of the season on an even first day at Northamptonshire.
Gloucestershire v Kent, Cheltenham, 2nd day
Jul 11, 2013: Alex Gidman's career-best 211 and Hamish Marshall's 106 guided Gloucestershire to an imposing 562 for 5 declared on the second day at Cheltenham.
Hampshire v Gloucestershire, Ageas Bowl, 2nd day
Jun 13, 2013: Hamish Marshall's innings of 114 enabled Gloucestershire to recover from a shaky start to finish on top at the Ageas Bowl, where Hampshire failed to make the best of helpful bowling conditions.
Essex v Gloucestershire, Chelmsford, 1st day
Apr 10, 2013: Saj Mahmood was left of Essex's first match of the season but Gloucestershire's unbroken, fourth-wicket partnership of 229 carried the day
New Zealand news
Sep 20, 2012: James Foster and Steven Croft have agreed to play in New Zealand's Twenty20 competition with the Northern Knights
Leicestershire v Gloucestershire, Grace Road, 1st day
Sep 11, 2012: Leicestershire spinners Claude Henderson and Jigar Naik shared five wickets as Gloucestershire were bowled out for 234 on the first day at Grace Road
Gloucestershie v Hampshire, Bristol, 1st day
Aug 6, 2012: Hamish Marshall and Ian Cockbain produced a fifth-wicket stand of 125 to aid Gloucestershire's recovery against Hampshire
Gloucestershire v Worcestershire, FLt20 Midlands/Wales/West Group, New Road
Jul 5, 2012: Hamish Marshall led from the front as Gloucestershire boosted their hopes of a quarter-final place with a seven-wicket Friends Life t20 win over Worcestershire
Som v Gloucs, FLt20 Midlands/West Group, Taunton
Jun 29, 2012: Hamish Marshall led from the front with 66 as Gloucestershire romped to a shock nine-wicket win over Somerset with 5.2 overs to spare in the Friends Life t20 clash at Taunton.
Jun 11, 2012: Gloucestershire have appointed Hamish Marshall to captain their T20 side, in place of Alex Gidman - their captain in all formats since 2009.
Northants v Gloucestershire, Northampton, 3rd day
May 25, 2012: Northamptonshire took an iron grip on the third day of their County Championship match against Gloucestershire
Kent v Gloucestershire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Apr 21, 2012: Gloucestershire's 296-run lead against Kent sets up the chance to win consecutive matches providing enough overs are possible on Sunday and their attack, shorn of David Payne, can squeeze out 10 wickets on a slowing surface.
Ford Trophy 2011-12, 8th match day
Feb 1, 2012: A round-up of the Ford Trophy matches that took place on February 1
Northern Districts v Otago, HRV Cup 2011-12, Hamilton
Jan 19, 2012: Brendon McCullum helped Otago finish off their HRV Cup engagements on a high with a dominating victory over the Northern Districts by nine wickets at Seddon Park in Hamilton
Plunket Shield 2011-12, 3rd round
Dec 2, 2011: Northern Districts stayed top of the table after thrashing Canterbury, while Wellington picked up their first win of the season
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