Following the conclusion of the Ashes, Shaun Marsh would be flying out to the south of Wales    Getty Images
Following the conclusion of the Ashes, Shaun Marsh would be flying out to the south of Wales Getty Images

After earning a surprise recall in the Australian side for the opening Test of the 2017-18 Ashes at The Gabba in Brisbane from Thursday, Shaun Marsh has now been roped in by English county Glamorgan for the nest two seasons. Marsh is still concerned regarding his stiff back and following an incomplete practice session before the matchday. Following the conclusion of the Ashes, he would be flying out to South Wales. Meanwhile, Glomrgan will be having Marsh’s services across formats during his contract period with the club. However, it still remains to be seen what would be his status in the IPL 2018. In case he gets an IPL contract, he would be joining Glamorgan following his IPL stint. Shaun Marsh in form of his life, believes Justin Langer

On joining Glamorgan

“I’m extremely excited to join Glamorgan for the 2018 season. I have some great memories of the club when I played in Cardiff in 2012 and I’m glad to be back. Securing my county future for the long term has always appealed to me so I jumped at the opportunity when it came. There is a lot of exciting young talent at the club and hopefully I can put in some good performances so we can bring some silverware to Wales,” said Marsh, as reported by ESPNCricinfo.

Glamorgan’s director of cricket Hugh Morris added, “We wanted to bring in someone who is experienced at international level, can bat at the top of the order and can play in all three formats of the game, and Shaun ticks all of those boxes for us.”