After Aaron Finch, yet another player calls time on his Big Bash League career

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Shaun Marsh (Source-Twitter)

Big Bash League 2023 season is ending and with it some of the careers are ending as well. Former Australian skipper Aaron Finch has already called time on his career. Now it is the turn of Shaun Marsh to quit the Big Bash League and embrace retirement.


The 40-year-old has already retired from all forms of the game. The elder brother of Mitchell and son of Shaun Marsh has delighted the fans with his crisp stroke play. Shaun Marsh made his professional debut in 2001 and after 23 years he will finally hang up his boots.

Melbourne Renegades are already out of reckoning as far as the playoffs are concerned. The game against Sydney Thunder on Wednesday will be their final game of the season. It has been a disappointing season for the Renegades as they are bottom of the league so far.

Shaun Marsh bids adieu to Big Bash League –


On Sunday news trickled in that former Australian batter Shaun Marsh is set to bid goodbye to cricket. The 40-year-old will be playing his final game of the season for the Melbourne Renegades side.

The cricketer released a statement which read “I have loved playing for the Renegades, I’ve met some amazing people over the last five years and the friendships I made will last a lifetime. This playing group is special. They’ve been amazing to me, amazing teammates and even better friends”

The statement further read “Our members and fans are some of the most passionate out there and I’m so thankful for their support over the journey. To the Renegades coaches and staff and everyone behind the scenes- thank you for backing me in from the start and over my final years. It’s made my job a little easier out in the middle”


Shaun Marsh shot to fame when he first played for Punjab Kings in the inaugural edition of the IPL. This earned him a spot in the Australian side where he was part of all three formats. Despite having huge talents, Shaun Marsh was in and out of the side consistently. 

In 38 Test Matches played for Australia, Shaun Marsh scored over 2200 runs with six centuries with an average of 34. In 73 ODI games, the left-hander scored 2773 runs with seven ODI tons and boasted of an average just above 40.