If you're searching for results from an other competition with the name Marsh Community Series, please select your sport in the top menu or a category (country) on the left. Average Score – 201.50 Wickets Taken – 15 Wicket Percentage – 75% Best Bowling Figures – 10/210 (vs Tasmania, Perth (WACA), 25/09/19) South Australia – 2-2 (4); 2 BP, 10 points Fours – 56 Highest Score – 261 all out (vs Western Australia, Perth (WACA), 21/09/19) Other Runs (Byes, Leg Byes) – 8 Even the Gabba will see some cricket. Runs Above Average – +55.50, Innings – 2 In a tournament ruled by pace over spin, Gurinder Sandhu grabbed a hat trick amongst seven wickets in the final, although 274 from Victoria was enough. Expectation could fall on the steady, experienced heads in the side – Moises Henriques, Peter Nevill, Sean Abbott and reliable left-handed duo Kurtis Patterson and Daniel Hughes. Strike/Rate – 80.92 With the Sheffield Shield season underway in the city of churches, many people will be focusing on the players who could go out of the side and players who could come into the side for the first Test against India next month in Adelaide. Balls – 447 of balls – 1045 Dot Balls – N/A Wickets Lost – 18 Best Bowling Figures – 10/173 (vs New South Wales, Brisbane (Albion), 26/09/19) The power of Lynn will be missed though, having smoked 27 sixes last season. Economy Rate – 5.63 RPO No-balls – 0 Fours – 42 Western Australia – 3-1 (4); 2 BP, 14 points Home Bowling Average – 35.40 The early start again launches the home season, this time with a vastly different layout. Other Runs (Byes, Leg Byes) – 8 Fours – 54 Cameron White, Callum Ferguson and Moises Henriques turned back the clock as Chris Lynn and Glenn Maxwell regularly did what they do best. Plenty of marquee international players could be on show. We are unlikely to see much of the Blues’ major weapons though, so this will be a test of whether a mix of young and old can challenge. From split innings, being confined to one or just a handful of states, to the integration of the CA XI, this competition has been tinkered to exhaustion. Tasmania – 1-3 (4); 0 BP, 4 points, Innings – 4 Overs – 98.5 of balls – 1003 Dot Balls – N/A One question to pose is whether as many remarkably high totals are posted compared to recent seasons, with less cricket played on the smaller, boutique suburban venues. Bowling Average – 34.30 After the three-match ODI series, India and Australia will face off in Sydney and Canberra for a three-match T20 series in early December as the two sides try to finalise their 15-man squads for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Wickets Lost – 9 Wickets Above Average – -0.37 Overs – 166.3 featured alongside some of Australia’s most prominent sports journalists. A tournament prone to changes in structure and scheduling may have been tweaked for the better. Get The Marsh Cup 2019 Schedule, Scorecard updates, Highlights, Results only on ESPNcricinfo.com. Tasmanian Tigers Men. Home Bowling Average – N/A Queensland had no answer to Trent Copeland on Day 3 of their Sheffield Shield clash with New South Wales. Maidens – 2 Become a member to join in Australia's biggest sporting debate, submit articles, receive updates straight to your inbox and keep up with your favourite teams and authors. Wides – 18 Queensland – 3-1 (4); 2 BP, 14 points Maiden Overs – 7 Tasmanian Tigers Men. With Wade and Tim Paine unavailable early, Jordan Silk assumes the captaincy. Victoria, Western Australia and New South Wales have also claimed two wins across this period. Balls – 596 Last summer, an imperious domestic season for Victorians began with a triumph over Tasmania in the Junction Oval final. 4. Wickets Taken – 13 Who could forget the sudden batting blitz from Alex Carey in the World Cup, or the previous exploits of Callum Ferguson and Travis Head in this tournament. Oops! This tournament never makes picking a favourite easy. Checkout The Marsh Cup 2019 series Fixtures and Results Online. Sixes – 8 Expect Victorian success, headlined by World Cup duo Aaron Finch and Glenn Maxwell, alongside Peter Handscomb, who takes the captaincy and possibly the gloves. Strike/Rate – 71.29 Western Australia won all five round-robin matches but fell an unfortunate victim to the bizarre finals method. Thirteen matches will … 5. Away Bowling Average – 24.85 In recent years, a Steve Smith-Mitch Starc combination, the Marsh brothers, or a trio of Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell and Peter Handscomb have launched their respective outfits to a title. Bowling Average – 35.40 The newly named Marsh Cup commences on September 21 amidst a wave of positive changes to the domestic cricket schedule. Known swing operator Daniel Worrall is an unfortunate absentee, however following superb domestic form last season, Kane Richardson leads a reliable attack. 2. Bowling Average – 30.77 There were some huge individual innings. Wides – 12 Despite a 10-wicket match haul to spin bowler Mitch Swepson, NSW held on for a 1-wicket victory with plenty of nervous moments at the end. Youngster Sam Heazlett was the fourth highest run-getter last year, determined to be remembered for more than just a random ODI appearance. 3. Queensland have clinched this title twice in the past decade, with no team having done so more.