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Rod Marsh, the former Australia wicketkeeper, has suffered a heart attack and is in critical condition.

In 96 Test appearances for Australia, Rod Marsh, the 74-year-old was responsible for 355 dismissals. Rod Marsh also played 92 one-day internationals before retiring in 1984 and serving as the chairman of selectors for the Australian men’s team until 2016.

Rod Marsh, former AUS wicketkeeper in critical condition

The Australian Cricketers Association stated, “Rod is an influential figure in Australian cricket and has been for more than 50 years.” Marsh is said to have become ill while driving to a charity cricket match in Queensland. His 355 dismissals were a world record at the time of his retirement, and he is third on Australia’s all-time dismissals list behind Adam Gilchrist (416) and Ian Healy (395).

From 2001 to 2004, Marsh was a selector for the England men’s team and the director of the England and Wales Cricket Board’s academy.

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