Matches (14)
WI v BDESH (1)
ENG v NZ (1)
South Africa Women in England (1)
IND-W in SL (1)
County DIV1 (4)
County DIV2 (3)
IRE v IND (2)
IND in ENG (1)

Dougie Marillier

Zimbabwe|Middle order Batter
Dougie Marillier
INTL CAREER: 2000 - 2003
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Full Name

Douglas Anthony Marillier

Born

April 24, 1978, Salisbury (now Harare)

Age

44y 64d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak

Fielding Position

Wicketkeeper

Playing Role

Middle order Batter

RELATIONS

SJ Marillier

(brother),

A Marillier

(father),

ER Marillier

(brother)

TEAMS

After surviving a horrific car crash at the age of 16, Dougie Marillier was wheelchair-bound for three months, and it was feared he would never play cricket again. But he recovered to become an aggressive opening or middle-order batsman who favoured the leg side. He also showed outstanding improvisational skills in the one-day game, and gained great kudos in Zimbabwe in February 2001 by twice lapping low off-side full-tosses from Glenn McGrath over his shoulder for four in the final over of a Perth one-dayer when 14 were needed (Zimbabwe lost by one run). He repeated the shot with devastating effect in a famous one-day victory over India at Faridabad in 2001-02. An occasional offspinner who gets more bounce than turn, he made an unexpected mark as a bowler in the fourth ODI against England at Bulawayo in October 2001, when he came on at 95 for 0 and stopped the rot by singlehandedly removing the top four in the order. He was also known to keep wicket. Marillier quit Zimbabwe cricket at the end of March 2004, disillusioned and angry, like so many before him, and after trying his luck as a professional in England, he opted to concentrate on his family's real estate business. After a break of more than five years, Marillier returned to Zimbabwe cricket in early 2010, signing up for the Mashonaland Eagles franchise and, somewhat surprisingly, being named in a provisional squad for Zimbabwe's tour of the West Indies in March.
Martin Williamson and Liam Brickhill February 2010

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test5711867331.0043742.560216220
ODI4841467210018.1694970.8113627120
FC41714261120238.97714390
List A93847189511724.6139270
T206601097418.1611099.09018200
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test56616322114/576/9629.273.1356.0200
ODI483515741235304/384/3841.164.7052.4100
FC4134072131564/4438.053.7560.800
List A9329102297564/384/3841.014.7351.9100
T2063424022/112/1120.005.7121.0000
Douglas Anthony Marillier
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Recent Matches - Player
MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Eagles vs Mountaineers11--20-Feb-2010HarareT20
Eagles vs Mountaineers2--19-Feb-2010HarareT20
Eagles vs Rocks12/1116-Feb-2010HarareT20
Eagles vs Vipers74--15-Feb-2010HarareT20
Eagles vs Rhinos110/1314-Feb-2010HarareT20
Photos
Doug Marillier
Dougie Marillier portrait
Doug Marillier targets the off side
Douglas Marillier drives for a boundary
Douglas Marillier is clean bowled by Mohammad Sami
Douglas Marillier (L) looks back at his shattered stumps