Marsh One-Day Cup 2019
All You Need to Know for the Marsh One-Day Cup
Full squads, broadcast details and the fixture for the 2019 Marsh Cup, which starts in Perth on Saturday
20 September 2019, 03:28 PM AEST
Why is it called the Marsh One-Day Cup?
No, it’s not a reference to brothers Shaun and Mitchell Marsh, or their dad and ex-opener Geoff Marsh, or the unrelated former wicketkeeper and selector Rod Marsh, or even his son, the former Tassie captain Dan Marsh! The insurance company previously known as JLT was acquired by an American firm, Marsh & McClennan Companies, in the off-season. So the competitions that were last season known as the JLT One-Day Cup and the JLT Sheffield Shield are now called the Marsh One-Day Cup and the Marsh Sheffield Shield. Same company, different name.
How can I watch?
Thirteen matches, including the final, will be broadcast live on Fox Cricket. The remaining games will be live streamed for free on cricket.com.au and via the Cricket Australia Live app. The impressive sports streaming service Kayo will carry all Marsh Cup games this summer.
For full list of broadcast details, click here
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What about live scores & highlights?
You’re in the right place! Cricket.com.au and the CA Live app will have live scores of every game of the Marsh Cup as well as exclusive highlights, reports and interviews throughout the competition.
How does the tournament work?
Having been played as a single block of matches at the beginning of the season for the past six years, this summer’s tournament will span more than two months from September 21 to November 26 and be split by breaks for the Sheffield Shield.
The new structure has echoes of both the previous format and the old system that was used for decades up until 2012. There are still clear ‘blocks’ of one-dayers – there are 12 games in 12 days to start the tournament – while some matches will be played in the days immediately after a Shield game.
For the full list of matches, click here
Is there a finals series?
There’s no finals series, just a grand final on November 26 between the top two teams at the end of the preliminary matches, to be hosted at the home venue of the team that finishes first.
Where will the games be played?
Another big change this year is the fact the tournament will be played in all six major cities, compared to just a handful of locations in previous seasons.
While boutique grounds like Junction Oval in Melbourne and Drummoyne Oval in Sydney will be used again, the tournament will also return to Australia’s major venues, with games to be hosted at the WACA, the SCG, the MCG, the Gabba and a new venue, Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast.
Are Australia’s Ashes stars playing?
Not straight away, but they should be soon. The majority of Australia’s Ashes squad – apart from Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser, and Cameron Bancroft – have been given a well-earned rest for the opening few games of the tournament. All Test players will be assessed once they arrive home from the UK and, pending selection, are expected to feature later in the summer.
But there’s still plenty of star power for the opening week of matches; eight of the 15 players in Australia’s World Cup squad have been picked, including the likes of Aaron Finch, Alex Carey, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis and Shaun Marsh.
The following squads have been named for the opening week of matches on September 21-26
NSW: Sean Abbott, Nick Bertus, Harry Conway, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Matthew Gilkes, Liam Hatcher, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nathan McAndrew, Arjun Nair, Peter Nevill, Kurtis Patterson, Daniel Sams
Queensland: Jimmy Peirson (c), Xavier Bartlett, Joe Burns, Max Bryant, Cameron Gannon, Sam Heazlett, Charlie Hemphrey, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser, Matt Renshaw, Billy Stanlake, Mark Steketee, Jack Wildermuth
South Australia: Jake Lehmann (c), Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Tom Cooper, Callum Ferguson, Joe Mennie, Harry Nielsen, Lloyd Pope, Luke Robins, Alex Ross, Kane Richardson, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Adam Zampa
Tasmania: Jordan Silk (c), George Bailey, Jackson Bird, Alex Doolan, Jake Doran, Nathan Ellis, James Faulkner, Jarrod Freeman, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Alex Pyecroft, Gurinder Sandhu, Beau Webster
Victoria: Peter Handscomb (c), Scott Boland, Jackson Coleman, Travis Dean, Andrew Fekete, Aaron Finch, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell, Will Pucovski, Matthew Short, Will Sutherland, Chris Tremain
Western Australia: Ashton Turner (c), Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Agar, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Cameron Green, Matt Kelly, Shaun Marsh, Josh Philippe, Jhye Richardson, D’Arcy Short, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye.
Full fixture & broadcast details (all times local)
Sep 21: WA v Vic, WACA, 2pm (Cricket Network & Kayo)
Sep 22: Qld v NSW, AB Field, 9.30am (Fox & Kayo)
Sep 23: Tas v Vic, WACA, 10am (CN & Kayo)
Sep 24: Qld v SA, AB Field, 9.30am (Fox & Kayo)
Sep 25: WA v Tas, WACA, 10am (CN & Kayo)
Sep 26: SA v NSW, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am (CN & Kayo)
Sep 29: Vic v Qld, Junction Oval, 10am (Fox & Kayo); Marsh Cup: SA v Tas, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am (CN & Kayo)
Sep 30: NSW v WA, Drummoyne, 9.30am (Fox & Kayo)
Oct 1: Vic v Qld, Junction Oval, 10am (Fox & Kayo); SA v Tas, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am (CN & Kayo)
Oct 2: NSW v WA, Drummoyne, 9.30am (Fox & Kayo)
Oct 23: NSW v Tas, SCG, 10am (Fox & Kayo); Qld v SA, Gabba, 10am (CN); WA v Vic, WACA, 2pm (CN & Kayo)
Oct 31: Qld v WA, Metricon Stadium, 9.30am (Fox & Kayo)
Nov 17: Vic v NSW, MCG, 2pm (Fox & Kayo); SA v WA, Karen Rolton Oval, 10am (CN & Kayo)
Nov 18: Tas v Qld, Blundstone Arena, 10am (Fox & Kayo)
Nov 19: Vic v SA, MCG, 10am (Fox & Kayo)
Nov 20: Tas v NSW, Blundstone Arena, 10am (Fox & Kayo)
Nov 26: Final: TBC (Fox & Kayo)