Australia allrounder Mitchell Marsh has identified a talk with bowling coach Craig McDermott as a key reason for his improved performances with the ball. The Marshes — the sons of former Australia opener Geoff Marsh — have appeared in a combined 19 Tests. But in only one of those matches — against India at Brisbane in December last year — have both West Australians been in the same side. Hamstring trouble at the Gabba interrupted five-times capped 23-year-old all-rounder Mitchell’s progress, while 32-year-old opening batsman Shaun has found himself the understudy to fellow left-handers Chris Rogers and David Warner at the top of Australia’s order, reports AFP. Mitchell Marsh: Craig McDermott’s valuable inputs has helped me greatly