Few Australians have embodied the spirit of cricket or given as much to the game as Rodney Marsh, one of the most competitive cricketers to ever wear the Baggy Green. Australia's youngest ever wicketkeeper played 96 Tests and set a world record of 355 dismissals.
This is Rodney Marsh's first book in almost 50 years. Along with reflecting on a lifetime in cricket and the evolution of the game, Marsh has strong opinions on recent controversies and the people who shape cricket today. This illustrated autobiography, featuring photographs from Marsh's private collection and contributions from a who's who of cricketing legends, is an incredible insight into an Australian sporting icon.
Featuring contributions from Dennis Lillee, Ian Chappell, Greg Chappell, Mike Brearley, Michael Holding, Clive Lloyd, Darren Lehmann, Andrew Strauss, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke and many more.