Malcolm Denzil Marshall (18 April 1958 – 4 November 1999) was a West Indian cricketer. Primarily a fast bowler, Marshall is regarded as one of the finest and fastest pacemen ever to have played Test cricket.
Andy Roberts West Indies Michael Holding Joel Garner Courtney Walsh Richard Hadlee Curtly Ambrose Sunil Gavaskar David Boon Dale Steyn Viv Richards Ian Botham Imran Khan Colin Croft Jeff Thomson Merv Hughes West Indian Dilip Vengsarkar
Klinger to come out and do a Malcolm Marshall...?
will be performing live Wandsworth park birmingham this Sunday
Clemson better come prepared. Gurley healthy. Keith Marshall back, Scott-Wesley and Malcolm Mitchell back. Gonna be hectic 😏
Marshall McLuhan & Malcolm McClaren both referenced in this mornings talk with at - what a start to the day!
Kieth Marshall and Malcolm Mitchell in my Dinosaurs class. We finna get buck
or maybe He's getting read to face late Malcolm Marshall. Someone tell him pls he has passed away ages ago
conley, bennett, possibly malcolm, JSW, marshall and gurley..i will sell my soul for yall all to stat 100% this season...
It's a good job these 'hits' aren't from the likes of Malcolm Marshall, Patrick Patterson, Ian Bishop etc!
discovered that over watering the stump holes an excellent way to make your slow-medium bowler feel like Malcolm Marshall
Watching highlights of Oval test.India d only team capable of making Chris Jordan look like Malcolm Marshall
Jst a week today to Malcolm Marshall's 15th Memorial match at Handsworth Park with good friends &
plus good enough to give Stuart a Broad nose. Reminds me of Malcolm Marshall. Sounds blasphemous but that's who I c in him
I don't think we are desperate for a player like ben Marshall I think maguire and maghoma on the wings are good enough
We need some serious investment if we are to challenge for the play off's strikers and the likes of Ben Marshall aren't cheap
Thanks to Team India, Chris Jordan must be feeling like Malcolm Marshall right now!
Chris Old ct at slip off Malcolm Marshall on the half volley at Bournemouth early 80's. Walked off very quickly!
blue plaque is in Marshall St Malcolm X marks the spot
Why did Dr. King, Malcolm X, the freedom riders, Fredrick Douglas Thurgood Marshall or any of the…
Now days I only listen to Marshall, Marcus , and Malcolm
Ayyo. Stuart Binny and all is looking like a combination of Malcolm Marshall and Jeff Thomson there. What sort of a pitch are they playing?
My big buddy Malcolm is doing his thAng... I am so very proud of him. Pls gve a shout out 2'my big brthA on his great fitness accomplishments. And if you evA nd a great fitness coach... Gir him up... But hve your GAME FACE ON! LOL... Much love extended 2 ny brothA Big Ifbb Pro Malcolm Marshall
Very lively fast bowling by Malcolm Marshall, very good batting by Rameez, Qasim.
F2 Powerboat Flip Malcolm Goodman, I miss this racing. I used to Marshall at Stewartby
Andre Gill returns from the Southern or Malcolm Marshall end (live at
I get Marshall MacLuhan and Malcolm McLaren confused, so I hear you.
Hansine Marshall and Sarah Malcolm have been partying hard again I see
Burnaby Road was the fastest in the county, also a favourite of Malcolm Marshall according to Andy.
Segregation lives; pretending otherwise would mean we have failed Marshall, MLK, Malcolm X, and all those who came before us.
At some stage, you have to let go. It was unbelievable and difficult for me hear Ron Dennis left McLaren, so is the case with Adrian Newey and Patrick Head from their former teams. We do not get to hear Flavio Briatore, Dave Richards, Ross Brawn, Mario Theissen either. There was a time when people cried out loud from Kapil Dev retired from Cricket. Gone are those wonderful days when players use to fear Malcolm Marshall's bowling, hammer smashing Vivian Richards and so on. I was wondering how things change so fast! Nostalgic memories.
Ian Healy does funny impressions of Merv Hughes, Terry Alderman, Malcolm Marshall and Abdul Qadir at the Allan Border Testimonial in 1993. Top stuff!
Godd Old Days :. The great Malcolm Marshall with Courtney Walsh during a tour of
On this day in 1958, the great Malcolm Marshall was born.Here's a pic of him with Courtney Walsh during a tour of Pak
RIP Malcolm X. An interview with him in England.
Ifbb Pro Malcolm Marshall and and pro card seeker Abdul Gibbs trained back today.…
Malcolm Marshall will be attending Northern Kentucky University this fall! -
Warney compared him to Malcolm Marshall which I thought was interesting.
Who does kendall marshall think he is???
right? let me tell you what the questions were prolly about: MLK, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks. MAYBE Medgar Evers, Thurgood Marshall
took up cricket and bowling after watching Malcolm Marshall and the great West Indies team of 80s. oh for 1% of his talent
On This Day (1986): Mike Gatting, wearing a helmet with no visor, was hit on the nose bridge by Malcolm Marshall.
The new Malcolm Marshall, eh?? "blow forces concussed McLaren out of second Test
Today in Cricket history: 1986 The day Mike Gatting's nose went west. In the first one-day international against West Indies at Sabina Park, Gatting, sporting a helmet with no visor, wore a short one from Malcolm Marshall right on the bridge of the nose. To add insult to injury, the ball trickled onto the stumps and bowled him. Marshall later found a piece of bone embedded in the ball. It led to a famous exchange at Heathrow Airport, where a battered and bruised Gatting was asked by a journalist "where exactly on the nose" the ball had hit him. As for the match, England were never in it once Tim Robinson and David Gower went without scoring, and West Indies eased home by six wickets with 13 balls to spare. 1969 For such a magnificent player, Garry Sobers the captain made some duff decisions. He was the man who declared when England won by seven wickets in Trinidad in 1967-68, and on this day his decision to put Australia in backfired with a thumping 382-run defeat. This after the Aussies smashed 619 in th ...
TT disappointed with batting inconsistencies at Nagico's Super 50 Finals (By Rhondor Dowlat) VICE-CAPTAIN of this year’s Nagico Super 50 runner-up team, Denesh Ramdin, expressed disappointment with the batting inconsistencies of the Trinidad and Tobago middle-order batsmen, who failed to show any resistance against a menacing Barbados bowling attack in Saturday’s nail-biting tournament final at the Queen’s Park Oval. Ramdin, who was forced to take the helm of a sinking Red Force at number seven, kept the nation’s hopes alive with his sterling contribution of 68. However, his efforts were short-lived in the end as the hosts went down to a well-equipped Bajan outfit by 17 runs to hoist the coveted Super 50 title once more. "It was a good effort but not good enough to get over the line. Barbados played the better cricket on the day. We always say catches win matches and that catch with Dwayne Smith was the crucial turning point in the match. We paid the price for it. We got off to a good start but w ...
Classic 1981 50/50 sketch parodying Javed Miandad & Malcolm Marshall. WI team was touring Pak that year ...
In 70's 80's & 90's, there was a bunch of great fast bowlers, Imran Khan, Richard Hadlee, Malcolm Marshall, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Wasim Akram, Curtly Ambrose, Waqar Younis, Denis Lillee, Courtney Walsh, Alan Donald, Shaun *** John Snow, Bob Wills... Also not to forget some spinners as Bedi, Qadir, Underwood, Kumble, Murali, Warne, Saqlain etc. This is the reason that players from that era as Sir Vivian Richards, Greg Chappell, Javed Miandad, Sunil Gavaskar, Brain Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, Alan Border, Steve Waugh etc have been rated so highly as they averaged 50+ against those bowlers (who themselves averaged 25 or less in tests) and spinners who dominated very well. Right now having an average of 50+ is not a big deal. Apart from Steyn. There is no bowler who lies in the league of those legends. Mitchel Johnson is improving day by day. But scoring runs against weak bowling sides doesn't make anyone a legend specially when you're playing against the 'legendary bowlers' of Bangladesh, Zimbabwe o ...
picked this up from somewhere, but..worth a read. (only cricket fans) this one is for when he tore apart England cricket team in the Ashes, it was a bit difficult to say, whether it was due to his bowling or England's ineptitude, but after the first test at centurion, it was clear that, Johnson is something special. The sight of Graeme Smith done for pace, amla getting that one in the helmet, de villiers in his arm, was something special, coz, these guys are among the World's best batsmen! Also shows, how inexperienced modern players are, against raw pace as such! Also the current viewers who rarely get to see these exciting RAW PACE bowling attacks! I mean gone are the days of fast reverse swing bowling like Wasim Akram and WAQAR YUNIS (GODs of reverse swing), raw pace from BRETT LEE, SHOAIB AKHTAR, Malcolm Marshall, Curtly Ambrose, Michael Holding...and many more. We don't see such bowling anymore. Cricket needs to be encouraging fast bowlers, and pitches should be prepared with fast bowling in mind, r ...
The five of us at 45 will now also go by Thurgood Marshall, Frederick Douglass, Muhammad Ali, George Washington Carver and Malcolm X
He was truly the Whispering Death and along with Malcolm Marshall, Andy Roberts and Joel Garner formed a formidable pace attack for the Windies in the 70s and 80s.
Waiting for the washing machine to finish its cycle, and praying that Mr M's wedding ring will emerge sparkling as ever! Then, Malcolm Marshall please go and get it resized so you don't lose it again!
If you have no critics,you'll likely have no success. -Malcolm X
In light of the Proteas fear of Mitchell Johnson, how would they have fared against the likes of Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall, Michael Holding & Andy Roberts in their prime. Relentless speed over after over.
I already have my future sons names picked out. Malcolm Scott & Marshall Joshua. & yes, Marshall after Marshall mathers
The best bowler ive seen since malcolm Marshall what a gun he has Turned into
Malcolm Marshall from the ones that I have seen.
Of course . After Malcolm Marshall, your dad is greatest fast bowler WI has produced! Legend ... :)
Probably back to Malcolm Marshall as it's pace & swing combined that's so lethal.
... great like Malcolm Marshall or Dennis Lillee (or Steyn from this generation). Lethal but somewhat infuriating.
Who is your all time favourite cricketer? Mine's Malcolm Marshall.
Mitchell Johnson terrorizing batsmen similar to what Malcolm Marshall did. Doesn't happen often.
X is an English cricketer played his only test match for about half an hour before getting retired hurt on the bowling of malcolm marshall and never been able to play further. He is the only opening test bastmen not to be dismissed. Identify X.
MATCH REPORT – ROUND 3: AZFIRM CONQUERORS v BANGLADESH A Date: Sunday, 9 February 2014 Venue: Kawana Waters State College Time: 3:30pm Result: AZFIRM CONQUERORS (202/6 off 20 overs) defeated BANGLADESH A (143/7 off 20 overs) by 59 runs **Consistent Azfirm topples valiant first-up attempt by newcomers Bangladesh A** Azfirm would bat first in this clash of seasoned veterans against lively rookies. Tom Suhr and Jon Keam would open up proceedings. Suhr looked typically at ease, glassing deliveries through his pet region (point) with minimal fuss and extreme elegance. Keam also ticked it over nicely, however he fell for 13 off 7 off the bowling of Ken McKay (one of three brothers in this newly formed outfit), out to a great, swirling catch by Troy “Jonty Rhodes” Coggins. Next in was Josh Killick, the big-ticket signing for Azfirm in between seasons. He ticked it over nicely, empowering the strike to Suhr, who was starting to unleash his ridiculously wide array of strokes. He remarked, in his typical way, ...
Feb 18 1986: Mike Gatting had his nose broken by a Malcolm Marshall missile.
Rare video: Sachin vs Malcolm marshall.. this is to answer to those who say Sachin is lucky to be not in the period of windies pacemen.. I guess those bowlers were lucky not to have Sachin in their times..
on February 12 in cricket history 1949 A cricketing gentleman is born. India's Gundappa Viswanath was as renowned for his sportsmanship - he cost India the Golden Jubilee Test when he recalled Bob Taylor - as he was for his lightning wrists and pure, impish strokeplay. From 91 Tests he made over 6000 runs at an average of 41. And his runs were usually influential: he averaged 53 against West Indies, and 51 in Tests India didn't lose, as against 26 in those they did. 1961 A day for young centurions. Today Mushtaq Mohammad, aged 17 years 82 days, made his first Test hundred, against India in Delhi. It was a Test record until Bangladesh's Mohammad Ashraful took a century - on debut - off Sri Lanka at the age of 17 years and 63 days. Before that, the nearest anyone got to breaking Mushtaq's record was... 1990 ... 16-year-old Sachin Tendulkar, who came within 12 runs of becoming the youngest person to make a Test hundred when he was out to New Zealand's Danny Morrison in the second Test in Napier. This Test m ...
Goin to Houston, TX on the 28th with my *** Malcolm Marshall to fucc with my *** Noble Dewayne Fontenot
Andy Lloyd, opening the batting against West Indies on his home ground, at Edgbaston in June 1984, and had weathered the first half hour of the innings when he was hit on the earpiece of his helmet by a short ball from Malcolm Marshall. Lloyd spent the next ten days in hospital, suffering from blurred vision: although he made a county comeback, his eyesight was never quite the same again and he never played another Test. He remains the only opener not to be dismissed during his Test career.
20 Greatest Cricket Sledges Of All Time - Pick your favourite one! - It's been decided! After much research and drama, after a 2 week poll in which over 5000 cricket fans voted, we bring you the 20 GREATEST CRICKET SLEDGES OF ALL TIME! 20. Malcolm Marshall & David Boon. Malcolm Marshall was bowling to David Boon, who was having a bit of trouble against the fast bowler and had played and missed a few times. Marshall : "Now David, are you going to get out or am I going to have to come round the wicket and kill you?". 19. Merv Hughes & Graham *** Merv Hughes was all over *** in one test and proceeded to say: "Would you like me to bowl a piano and see if you can play that". 18. Rod Marsh & Ian Botham. In an Ashes match Botham arrived at the wicket to a bit of cheek from the Aussie keeper. Marsh : "So how's your wife and my kid's?". Botham: "Wife's fine. Kid's are retarded". 17. Robin Smith & Merv Hughes. In the 1989 Ashes series Big Merv was giving Smith a few problems. After playing and missing a Merv d ...
Malcolm Marshall is the greatest of 'em all, followed by Andy Roberts. Lillee never bowled in India.
Joel Garner !! (Big Joel) born 16 December 1952), also known as "Big Joel" or "Big Bird", is a former West Indian cricketer, and a member of the highly regarded late 1970s and early '80s West Indies cricket teams.He was a 6 feet 8 inches (2.03 m) fast bowler capable of ripping through the heart of opposing batting line-ups. In conjunction with fellow fast bowlers Michael Holding, Andy Roberts, Colin Croft, and later Malcolm Marshall and Courtney Walsh, the West Indies reached unprecedented heights in the Test and one-day cricket arenas, not losing a Test series in 15 years.
On This Day (1983): Against an attack of Malcolm Marshall, Andy Roberts, Michael Holding and Winston Davis, Gavaskar scored an unbeaten 236.
Thanks Richie, Sir Vivian Richards ( Former West Indian opening batsman and captain if I remember), commented that Sachin Tendulkar (Indian great seen here), was lucky, He never had to face the all out pace attack from the West Indies in the 80"s and early 90's. Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall, Courtney Walsh et al. The West Indies were the power house of the worlds most polished game. On New Years eve, I mentioned this to Lance Gibbs, who told me that so much has changed in the world of Cricket. Gibbs holds the world record of 1.9 runs per over. Truly a cricket great. And the world's greatest Of- spin bowler.
It's hilarious commentary:)Mark Taylor is comparing Ryan Harris to Malcolm Marshall.
Ashes 2013-14: Mitchell Johnson will never be a true fast bowling ogre England are left hoping that the vulnerabilities of the polite, softly spoken Australia paceman will return soon... Fast bowlers come in all shapes, sizes and characters. There are a few who are incredibly mean on the field and no more friendly off it (at least while still playing). They give the distinct impression that they would not mind if their prey ended up in a hospital bed for some considerable time. Colin Croft springs immediately into this mind. Then there are those you are not so sure about – until they have retired. They are fast, moody and sometimes ill-tempered. They, too, can be instruments of terror. Yet just occasionally they struggled to disguise the fact that on the other side of the white line there lurked a thoroughly decent human being. For them there was more to life than maiming batsmen. Think Dennis Lillee, Jeff Thomson, Andy Roberts, Malcolm Marshall and Glenn McGrath. Then there are those who, for all their ...
Imran Khan also pointed out that former Indian skipper Sunil Gavaskar had to bear the brunt of the West Indian fast-bowling attack, consisting of Andy Roberts, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall and Colin Croft.
Sunil Gavaskar got hit on the head once during his career, while facing Malcolm Marshall at Georgetown in 1983. By Ravi Shastr...
As part of bid we've shown photo of Malcolm X. Here is the story of that visit:
a Georgia team without Keith Marshall, JSW, Malcolm Mitchell. Etc. and Tennessee went across country to play a healthy team
Marshall Mathers and Malcolm Mcormick.coincidence? I think not
yeah, we had more weapons last year. Malcolm Mitchell was healthy and so was Marshall and we had Gurley every game too.
Malcolm X visits Marshall Street in Smethwick Birmingham 12/02/1965 only a few days before he was assassinated:
Not everything is black and white - Marshall Street Smethwick Birmingham visited by Malcolm X 1965: Then and now
The the Great Malcolm Marshall wasn't very tall but his bouncer was vicious and deadly
BOth, an embarrassing *** celebrity. Malcolm X would go and actually research something, King, etc, he's neither.
Barbados school names park after Malcolm Marshall
he's as much the real Gower as I'm the real Malcolm Marshall
As Sachin Tendulkar retires, shed a tear for the great Malcolm Marshall, who died 14 years ago aged 41 via
Wasn't expecting that! Is Curtly Ambrose one? And one of the best bowlers ever, Malcolm Marshall? Can't think of another!
Malcolm Marshall honoured by his alma mater: Marshall, who also served as West Indies head coac... -
Malcolm Marshall honoured by alma mater
"As we mark Tendulkar’s exit we should also think of the wonderful bowler who died 14 years ago at 41" Steve James.
Check this School names park after Malcolm Marshall: A school in Barbados has named...
14 years ago today we lost the great Malcolm Marshall; friend, hero & mentor, here with Curtley & Patto
"I'm a combination of Martin and Malcolm." Kanye is disrespecting everybody
CRICKET-TRIBUTE-Malcolm Marshall honoured by his alma mater
Don't suppose Curtley Ambrose or Malcolm Marshall needed to sledge.
Gayle and Malcolm marshall have same number of ODI wickets. Says a lot about West Indies bowling after the Marshall/Holding era
What and Malcolm Marshall have in common, Ashes dreams and the Durban beach.
Have been noticing your fondness for newer bowlers. What about Larwood? Malcolm Marshall? Abdul Qadir?
Malcolm Marshall threatened to kill Boon. Thomson threatened to spill blood. Part of the game. Batsmen know what they face.
a former member of this panel-David Boon-could tell you of the day Malcolm Marshall threatened death. Nothing new here.
Malcolm X, MLK, W.E.B Du Bois, Barack Obama, Jackie Robinson, Thurgood Marshall. Share my room with me. I Can't run away from my call.
we definitely have better players that are hurt. Malcolm Mitchell, Justin scott Wesley, rumph, marshall
Malcolm Mitchell, Keith Marshall,Justin Scott Wesley, Chris Conley,and Aaron Murray all out with torn acls, yet uga will still
Trott has made 'right decision' Wish we had a Curtly Ambrose or Malcolm Marshall to shut these fu**ers up
No problem with it at all. Malcolm Marshall once told Border he was going around the wicket to kill him if he didn't get out
Did Malcolm Marshall not threaten to kill David Boon bowling round wicket? Great anecdote on web 2day
Malcolm Marshall told Boonie on debut to "get out or I'll come around the wicket and kill you". Great sledge and worse than Clarke's.
When dis Sachin Hype created purely by d media is over let us pause and look back at a Legend in d true sense Mr. Sunil Gavaskar.. A 5ft nothing who took on d West-Indian Quicks, d likes of Andy Roberts, Malcolm Marshall, Micheal Holding, Joel Garner, Collin Croft, Patrick Patterson Spinner's Lance Gibbs etc Aussi's Dennis Lillee, Jeff Thompson etc Kiwi's Richard Hadlee etc England's Bob Willis, John Snow, Spinner Derek Underwood etc Pakistan's Imran Khan, Sarfraz Nawaz, spinner's Abdul Qadir, Iqbal Qasim etc... And do all dis on Pitches that were lethal and not beds of roses as Dey are now and with no protective gear or rules 2 protect batsmen.. Speaks volumes of his 10,000 odd runs... Also no Kenya, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe.. Sachin is great no doubt but lets not ignore as we have been doing for years d greatness of a player who paved d way for d next generation.. As Rahul Dravid rightly said After watching Mr. Gavaskar face d Kind of quicks he did, he made it believable that they are no demons! Sachi .. ...
We need a collapse, Bring back Courtney Walsh, Curtly Ambrose, Andy Roberts and Malcolm Marshall into the attack right no…
"I was just happy to be on the same field as the likes of Courtney Walsh, Curtly Ambrose and Malcolm Marshall" - Ian Bishop
1992 : The year in which Sachin scored Test centuries number 2 (148* in Sydney), 3 (114 in Perth) and 4 (111 in Johannesburg). Also the total combined Test wickets taken by Bob Willis, Jeff Thomson, Ian Botham, Malcolm Marshall and Shane Warne. Tendulkar has taken more ODI five-wicket hauls than all of them put together. Warne was the only one of the five to take even one five-fer in ODIs; Sachin took two.
We don't have pacemen.. We don't have spinners.. May as well pay with 11 batsmen.. At least it gives us a shot at achieving stiff targets.. And RAVINDRA JADEJA: Two wickets of No balls.. You are a make shift spinner you *** not a Malcolm Marshall that you can bowl NO balls. Go KILL yourself..
Welcome to the second test of the 1983 India - West Indies 6 test series, which was billed as the revenge series for Lloyd's WI team. They had lost the 3rd World Cup final on 25-06-1983 by Kapil Devils in Lords. India had been beaten inside 3 days at Kanpur and what was worse the humiliation of the team and its premier opening batsman Sunil Gavaskar. Once the first test ended in a whiff, there was a lot of discussion around what had happened to the Indian team. Already the World Cup was called a fluke. Talks on Gavaskar having lost his appetite for runs and facing pure fast bowling. So how was Gavaskar to face Marshall, when he would run in again to bowl to him. Specially when India won the toss and elected to bat first. So October 29, 1983, 30 years back from today, a tearing Malcolm Marshall ran into bowl to Sunil Gavakar. It was pitched short and it rose. Sunny pulled it around and well a huge 6. Sunny continued in that vein, and wow ! the 29th 100 was his in 94 balls. That was his fastest 100 ever. H ...
Dale Steyn is a master...too young to have seen Malcolm Marshall play but at least in my time Steyn is the best fast bowler i have seen...his skill and expertise at being able to make himself potent on slow and low subcontinental wickets is exceptional in much the same way as Marshall did in the 1980s...
Lillee & McGrath are better then Michael Holding, Malcolm Marshall, Colin Croft & Andy Roberts? You Better watch
Michael Jackson, John Barnes, Malcolm Marshall, Kapil Dev, Andre agassi, Carl Lewis. Top people. Simply the best in their time.
On this day in 1991, Viv Richards, Malcolm Marshall and Jeff Dujon all retired from international Test cricket
It's swinging like Malcolm Marshall in a gale
England are making Siddle look like Malcolm Marshall here
Eng are making Siddle look like Malcolm Marshall here
We are making Siddle look like Malcolm Marshall; time to knuckle down batters
Bit like Malcolm Marshall, but less neck.
Get in... Great touchdown throw from Malcolm Marshall.. Come on West Indies... .
Today was a good day .. :) had fun with Nadia, Jamille, Malcolm, Marshall, Johnnie & everybody else who showed up
Courtney Walsh and the late Malcolm Marshall dressed in Pakistani Attire 90's
Malcolm Marshall batting win one arm, his left wrist in plaster
Congratualtions to PROLAB Athlete Malcolm Marshall for becoming an IFBB PRO this past weekend. We here at PROLAB...
Surprised that you omitted 80s best Malcolm Marshall. An oversight, maybe?
TODAYIN HISTORY: 1977 Birth of the first black man to play for South Africa. With an action consciously modelled on that of Malcolm Marshall, Makhaya Ntini made his ODI and Test debut in 1998. In 1999 his career looked over when he was convicted of rape. However, he was acquitted on appeal and went on to build a formidable international career, becoming a regular in the South African line-up and troubling opposition batsmen with steep bounce derived from deliveries bowled wide of the crease from over the wicket. In 2003, he became the first South African to take ten wickets in a Test at Lord's, and his 13 for 132 against West Indies in Trinidad in 2005 is the best match haul for a South African in Tests. Ntini became the third South African to get to 300 Test wickets, in January 2007. His form tapered off after that, but he remained among the top three wicket-takers in the 2000s. He was named South Africa's Cricketer of the Year in 2005 and 2006, and completed 100 Tests in 2009. But he played just one mor ...
A batsman get hit in the grill by a fast bowler ? How things and time has change, Malcolm Marshall will be upset in his grave.
When Courtney Walsh and Malcolm Marshall wore shalwar qameez
Border says Malcolm Marshall best fast bowler he ever played http:/…
True. Remember the old days. Test matches count. Did Malcolm Marshall dominate a warm up game before a test match?
Had to open today but didn't last long. Off the mark first ball then next over faced Malcolm Marshall. Down leg, past my nose then Bowled!!
was reading this tribute post by Alvin's son & ended up watching lot of videos incl.that one
Kya samjhta hain Marshall Apne app ko.. That special over from Malcolm Marshall to Wasim Akram .
Most successful overseas players in Tests at Headingley: Malcolm Marshall and Curtly Ambrose, with 23 wickets each at cheaper than 15.
That man that call she shortie must be peter crouch, malcolm marshall or yao ming
Malcolm Marshall was my favourite lark around impression, though I could never master it!! A genius of a fast bowler.
Hospital interview with Malcolm Marshall 1999, diagnosed with cancer: via
found video of Malcolm Marshall's final interview, in hospital, before he died in 1999. uploading.
not a problem son. You remind me of myself back in the day. When I caught them for fun off Malcolm Marshall
Racists don't want to give Obama credit so they make up this nonsense about Frank Marshall & Malcolm X etc.
USING words is what keeps the peace. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X Basheer Jones, Gandhi, Thurgood Marshall, and many more!!
Malcolm Marshall is referenced on My cricketing hero. Had the pleasure of seeing him bowl numerous times. True cricket great.
Phil, your answer is Marshall Meadows Bay in Northumberland. Malcolm, Astley
“best five bowlers of all times. Garner, Malcolm Marshall, Wasim Akram, R Hadlee, M Muralitharan
''The teaching of universal history in what are called the middle schools is still very unsatisfactory. Few teachers realize that the purpose of teaching history is not the memorizing of some dates and facts, that the student is not interested in knowing the exact date of a battle or the birthday of some marshal or other, and not at all - or at least only very insignificantly - interested in knowing when the crown of his fathers was placed on the brow of some monarch. These are certainly not looked upon as important matters. To study history means to search for and discover the forces that are the causes of those results which appear before our eyes as historical events. The art of reading and studying consists in remembering the essentials and forgetting what is not essential'' pleaded anonymity
The Nevills The builders of Raby Castle in the 12th century and one of the most powerful families in the North The First Nevill of Raby It is with the great house of Nevill that Raby is most associated, which came about in this way: in 1131 the Manor of Raby was granted to Dolfin, son of Uchtred (and descendant of Malcolm II, King of Scots), by the Prior of Durham. This Dolfin married Adelicia, niece of Bishop Flambard, who built Durham Cathedral; their son, Maldred was the father of Robert Fitzmaldred who married Isabel Nevill, a great Norman heiress, who eventually inherited the Manors of Sheriff Hutton near York and Brancepeth, together with lesser lands and manors. Their son, Geoffrey Nevill, taking his mother's name, was the first Nevill owner of Raby, and it continued in the possession of this family, at one time the most powerful in England, until 1569. Ralph, the Black Douglas & the Battle of the Neville's Cross The next owner of Raby, Robert Nevill, d. 1282, was Castellan, during Henry II's war w ...
Things are just out of control. I say things, because there is just more than one "scandal" going on in America today. We have Benghazi (Four Americans dead), IRS (targeting conservative groups before the re-election), Fast and Furious (gun running to Mexican Cartels), attack on the 2nd Amendment, and probably many more to come. All that is said out of this administration is "I didn't know", or something along the lines of "it wasn't me". Lets make an example. If I were the owner of a small, or even large, business, and something went wrong, well take siphoning funds, be it 401k/retirement funds/whatever, for example here, and it got "leaked" to the press, who would be held accountable? Would it be one of the managers of the business? Would it be the employees? *** no, it would be ME!! As the owner of said business, "The buck stops here". The press would call for my "hanging" on a daily basis. There is no way in *** I would get "off the hook" by saying "I didn't know" or some other lame excuse. ...
OK so I ahve 2 hafflinger colts I need to register. I need ones name to start with a M and one name to start with a W. This shall be a fun venture.
Read about the greatest of the greatest fast bowlers of the Malcolm Marshall. Feeling very sad that took his life. :-(
Malcolm Marshall: The Predator: Asking which of fearsome West Indies pacers was the best is hardly a...
Faulkner cleaned up against a woeful SRH top order, he isn't Malcolm Marshall
Ashoke Dinda looks just as frightening and menacing as Malcolm Marshall did. When Malcolm Marshall was 6 years old
Gonna play ball in a bit with Marshall and Malcolm. Even though i feel like death
Malcolm and Marshall are brothers. They're different. Malcolm is ignorant & mischievous and crazy. Marshall is a nerd who's romantic & shy.
Am I the only one who thinks Malcolm is the reincarnated spirit of Eminem. Common guys Malcolm Michaels Marshall Mathers?! Not a coincidence
Ahmed Saad with the Malcolm Marshall run up
I just found out that if my name wasn't Malcolm it would have ended up being Marshall or Mitchell. What the ***
Malcolm Marshall...had everything who is the most difficult bowler you faced in your career?
Malcolm Marshall to Lara - both West Indians but the battle of giants
-- Richards and Malcolm Marshall return to prevent from creating history -
Viv Richards and Malcolm Marshall return to prevent Pakistan from creating history
Gregg Marshall and Malcolm Armstead on the Shockers run to the Final Four on and
During Wichita State halftime interview coach Marshall with Jordan Polo...Malcolm Armstead with the Nike jacket
is it me or does Gregg Marshall and Malcolm look like an owner and his slave
Gregg Marshall and Malcolm Armstead, Region MVP, on KWCH 12 right now!!
I liked a video from Malcolm Marshall AWESOME BOWLING vs New Zealand 1987
Coach Marshall to be interviewed with Malcolm MVP armstead later this afternoon on CBS.
anyone is quiet compared to Marshall -_- lmao
We didn't have classes but I used to hang out with Marshall, Dominic and Eddie all the time
Gregg Marshall & Malcolm Armstead will be interviewed next on CBS.
Knocking my bat in and watching Malcolm Marshall bowl on YouTube.
Third shift at the Thurgood Marshall and Malcolm X are gonna eat all of the cookies.
Coach Gregg Marshall is talking to reporters in LA, with Carl Hall, Ron Baker and Malcolm Armstead, now on MyTV.
Plussed Andy, any chance to watch Malcolm Marshall not to be missed
Muhammad Ali and Malcolm x shiddd thurgood Marshall wasn't that dark lol
Great article on Gregg Marshall in LA Times. Loved the part on Malcolm Armstead. Had the pleasure of coaching him at Chipola w/
Trent Boult looks like Jay from 'The Inbetweeners', Thanks to numb nuts batting he also looks like a white Malcolm Marshall.
Boris Johnson is in shock after that. He was expecting some underarm bowling on but got Malcolm Marshall or Dennis Lillee. Brutal.
Malcolm Marshall talks about his hatred for Dilip Vengsarkar. Amazing stuff!!
And what an inspiring place for a fast bowler?? Pick from the Malcolm Marshall or Joel Garner end-true legends!!
Shannon "Peter" Gabriel. Two of the greats have no surname. Malcolm Marshall and Clive Lloyd
Meeting Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall and Viv Richards was a rather special moment. Windies were my team!!!
Penny Marshall and Malcolm from Malcolm in the Middle
Declaring “the guilty must pay,” Anonymous has released 4.6 gigabytes of data detailing the personal information of Wall Street CEOs and other high level Wall S
Arnold with Prolab's Malcolm Marshall. He posted this picture on his personal Instagram account and it's almost...
Prolab Athlete Malcolm Marshall at The Arnold. Come see him at booth 644-648
If you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything Said by many people like Peter Marshall Alexander Hamilton Ginger Rogers Malcolm X
With my friend 315# Bodybuilder Malcolm Marshall at the 2013 Classic in OH. Arnold…
Press Release(3/1/13): Structure Fire,Warrant Arrests Burglary/Theft/Receiving stolen property Arrests And A Wanted Person Arrest. On 2/27/13 at approx 8:11PM the Hackettstown Police and the Hackettstown Fire Department responded to 28 Main St in reference to smoke in the attic. When officers arrived on scene they observed the smoke coming from the attic. Everyone was evacuated out of the residence. The attic and the second floor received smoke and water damage. An attached residence (26 Main St) received minor smoke damage. The cause of the fire appeared to have been an electrical issue. Rt46 was closed for approx 2hours between Roosevelt Ave and East Baldwin St. There were no injuries reported. The family was displaced and the American Red Cross assisted the family. Assisting at the scene was the Hackettstown Detective Bureau, Hackettstown Fire Police, Hackettstown Rescue Squad, Warren County Fire Marshal and JCP&L. On 2/22/13 the Hackettstown Police received a report of a residential burglary at 100 bl ...
enjoying this night missed my niece a lot now her n malcolm playing MW3 LOL Malcolm said if we was really n the army when we got back 2 base ill have 2 court marshal ya *** Ashley lmao they so crazy
Bob Woodward said this evening on CNN that a “very senior person” at the White House warned him that he would “regret doing this,” the same day he has continued to attack President Barack Obama over the looming forced cuts known as the sequester.
was a massive Warne fan. And with pacers : biggest regret didn't get to see the late Malcolm Marshall at his peak.
Marshall on Malcolm Armstead "He's our quarterback on the floor. He's been a godsend."
Which bowler was not called Duracell for his ability to bowl long spells ??? Option A : Courtney Walsh Option B: Malcolm Marshall Ans this simple question & win a Freddy's voucher. " Satya"
My wife sat down next to me as I was flipping channels. She asked, "What's on TV?" I said, "Dust." And then the fight started...
Lessons from Langston, Malcolm, and Marshall. Taking these to heart and many more.
thinking that a bit of Malcolm Marshall body line, and swinging like Both am on acid is more the plan!
A history lesson for our dedicated leaders at Teach For America...
"I was in court for thuggin' too hard" THE coolest kid to ever go to Marshall Middle school.😂😂 Aka Malcolm Thibodeaux
Speaking on behalf of itmsoil will be Nick Slater, Jim Woodhams, Richard Marshall, Malcolm Winterburn and Chris Emery
WITH THE WAR OVER, MALCOLM like David, headed out west to just drift around and find himself..it felt good to be heading back out west again. David would be with the Army as always which always agreed with him. He'll be out here shortly. Malcolm remembered Kansas and Missouri..and didnt want to go back there. feelings were too deep and there were people out there who would love to shoot him out of a saddle. He wasnt no Jayhawker, but there were those factions who wouldnt hesitate for a moment to try and kill him. He sure as *** didnt want to go south..People there tend to spoil for a fights and seeing him in a blue coat would only mean he would have to kill more of them. So that left him with two choices..Either head for the nations..or he can go further west. The Indian Nations would be a good start. He can disappear out there. Build a place out there by Fort Smith..and have some much deserved peace and quiet. The only problem was. People had a tendency to deserve the peace and they . ...
Yeah I know sometimes things may not always make sense to you right now But hey, what daddy always tell you? Straighten up little soldier Stiffen up that upp...
T. is for the True R. is for the Real I.L.L. describe a *** best cuz I'm ILL That's what you call TRILL
India Vs West Indies : Gavaskar had decided to relinquish his opening position and come in at no 4 for that test. But, Malcolm Marshall fired out Anshuman Gaekwad and Dilip Vengsarkar for ducks, setting the stage for Gavaskar to walk in at 0/2. And he thought there would be less pressure! "Man, it doesn't matter where you come in to bat, the score is still zero." -Viv Richards to Sunil Gavaskar at Madras 1983.
- Dwayne Bravo is the 3rd fastest Windies to 150 wkt in ODIs, behind Curtly Ambrose & Malcolm Marshall but ahead of Courtney Walsh.
I might be an athiest, but even I can accept the notion that heaven is a place where you can sit under a palm tree and have a few drinks while watching David Gower and Mark Waugh bat all day with Malcolm Marshall and Warnie bowling to them. Can't really argue with that.
So looking purely at strike rates the hall of fame for fast bowlers has Dale Steyn, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar, Malcolm Marshall, Allan Donald, Colin Croft, Fred Trueman, Joel Garner, Richard Hadlee and Michael Holding. And if you choose the bowling average as your preferred indicator, the list changes, but only somewhat. Alan Davidson, Malcolm Marshall, Joel Garner, Curtly Ambrose, Neil Adcock (perhaps he wasn't mourned as much as he should have been: 104 wickets at 21), Fred Trueman, Glenn McGrath, Allan Donald, Richard Hadlee and Dale Steyn. Only one player who is on both lists is playing today, and he is enriching our game.
the only bowlers you can compare to Steyn now are Malcolm Marshall, Richard Hadlee, Andy Roberts etc he's in THAT league
Dale Steyn is probably the greatest fast bowler since Malcolm Marshall
what?! Didn't you see malcolm marshall bowl !!
Dale Steyn is the new Malcolm Marshall. The whispering death of our era.
Malcolm Marshall would be proud of this spell Dale is treating us with this morning.
Scary developments continue for the fate of religious freedom in Egypt
I think Malcolm Bedell should be the grand marshal of the Sierra Madre 4th of July parade
Im thankful to God for MLK, Thurgood Marshall, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, and all the Civil Rights leaders that helped make my life easier today
Mullally was old school - he couldn't field or bowl, so he'd have to perform like Malcolm Marshall with the ball mate !
S/o to MLK..Harriet Tubman...Malcolm X...Thurgood Marshall..George washington carver. Jus some electric names that stand out.
Black History Month! Shoutout to people like Martin Luther King, Rosa Park, Rodney King, Thurgood Marshall, and Malcolm X.
Which cricketer’s popularity was so much that his wedding was broadcast live on the government television throughout the country.?? (A) Clive Lloyd (B) Vivian Richards (C) Michael Holding (D) Malcolm Marshal
Only one bajan fast boWler dat ever impress me up-to-date... "Malcolm marshall" ... Now that's a real boss!
You better ask somebody. Donté or Marquise or Malcolm maybe. Oh or Ian Marshall. Or anyone in showchoir.
Marshall Faulk brings up Spygate: ‘I’ll never be over being cheated out of the Super Bowl’
credits Malcolm Marshall for making him the accurate bowler he was. The Windies were good for cricket
Malcolm Marshall comes in at No. 8 in Our Most Loved, playing for he was Cricketer of the Year in 1983
“If someone puts their hands on you make sure they never put their hands on anybody else again.” ― Malcolm X
Malcolm Marshall was a West Indies fast bowler in the 80's so he's either got his name muddled or thinks he's funny...
Lois and Hal (malcolm in the middle) had my favorite tv relationship until I met Lily and Marshall from How I Met Your Mother.
I like the tiniest bit of banter.think Malcolm Marshall who said if you have a ball in your hand to let that do the talking
In my time Lillee, Hadlee and Malcolm Marshall stood out.
realising you bowl more like Chris Harris than Malcolm Marshall
Malcolm X and Thurgood Marshall be rolling dice in the Sahara with Shaka Zulu
that's funny because I know for a fact that two clubs in DC that have payed off the fire marshall. in DC
Cambridge Scholars Press Book of the Month: Locating Shakespeare in the 21st C eds Malcolm&Marshall RT?
Still time to pick up Book of the Month with CSP Locating Shakespeare in the 21st Century eds. Malcolm&Marshall
Speaking of cricket had a good chat to yesterday. He compared his bowling to Malcolm Marshall. That's 376 test wickets @ 20 :)
Yeah, and standing up to Malcolm Marshall. I don't denigrate his achievement, just feel the 53 tinnies is the pinnacle.
Sitting at thw side of the end of the ski slope watching the xars feom the monte go by.
Mohinder Amarnath was noted for his personality, courage and determination. West Indian cricketing great Vivian Richards called him "one of the nicest men to have ever played the game" and former Australian Test opening batsman David Boon said "Concede didn't seem to be in his vocabulary" . Gideon Haigh writing in The Age says: "In an era replete with fast bowling and unrestricted in use of the bouncer, he never stopped hooking - despite many incentives to do so. He received a hairline fracture of the skull from Richard Hadlee, was knocked unconscious by Imran Khan, had teeth knocked out by Malcolm Marshall and was hit in the jaw so painfully by Jeff Thomson in Perth that he could eat only ice cream for lunch. 'What separated Jimmy from the others,' Michael Holding said, 'was his great ability to withstand pain . . . A fast bowler knows when a batsman is in pain. But Jimmy would stand up and continue.' "  In the Bridgetown Test during India's tour of the West Indies in 1982-83, Amarnath had to retir ...
when I first read that ken Malcolm was transferring unthought it said Keith Marshall.my heart dropped
I know that south plains juco had to be fye with Marshall Henderson and Malcolm Miller at Southern...
Happy birthday to the son of Malcolm Marshall a West Indies great cricketer, who turns 23 today!! Have a good one Mali
I dont mind his positivity, but Dernbach is consistently rubbish and Knight makes out he's Malcolm Marshall, because... 1/2
and a bloke bowling like Malcolm Marshall. I went I at about 40-4.All out for 55. I was 6 not out. Embarrassing theyd
Malcolm Moore in the game now. Marshall closing the gap and makes it a 9-point game after the basket. 64-55 UTEP w/ 1:44 left.
PROLAB Athlete Malcolm Marshall will be at The Vitamin Shoppe in Winston-Salem, NC (114 Hanes Mall Circle) TODAY...
Download Man on Fire The Film Online Man on Fire movie download Actors: Malcolm Brodrick E.G. Marshall
I liked a video from *RARE* Sachin Tendulkar vs MALCOLM MARSHALL
so you ain't got the *** in Marshall and longview better not lie
you got all the *** in east Texas I know from Marshall-longview u got them
300 test wickets for Dale Steyn. He is joint third fastest with Richard Hadlee and Malcolm Marshall to 300 wickets (61st Test) after Lillee and Muralitharan. What a bowler ♥!
, (NZ) & (WI) reached the 300 Test wickets milestone in 61 Tests.
is the joint 3rd fastest to reach 300 Test wickets along with Hadlee (NZ) & Malcolm Marshall (WI)
Dale Steyn completed his 300-wicket haul in his 61st Test, making him the joint third-fastest in terms of Tests to achieve the mark, after Dennis Lillee (56) and Muttiah Muralitharan (58). Richard Hadlee and Malcolm Marshall also reached the mark in their 61st Tests.
Dale collects his 300th wicket in his 61st Test match...Just like the great Malcolm Better rate than Allan Donald
Dale Steyn has 300 Test wickets! Doug Bracewell bowled. Gets in in 61 Tests like Hadlee and Malcolm Marshall.
Back in the 80s, DK Lillee taught Malcolm Marshall on how to bowl the leg cutter during an Aust v WI one day game in 81-82.
I saw the man in the malcolm marshall shirt from fball las wk yday..man was n the same shirt
Can just imagine that Malcolm Marshall is about to bowl to Bradman. Meanwhile Greigy and CMJ have entered the commentary box.
ha Obama who's you real pappy-is it Malcolm x or Frank Marshall Davis-who even knows-could be any brotha cause ya mamma was a commie ***
a bit disappointed you think he was better than Malcolm Marshall.
(Just rewatched this one a couple of nights ago, and forgot how much fun it was) Doomsday - Doomsday looks on paper to be one of those run of the mill, cheesy, Hollywood action movies that gets thrown together and handed to a first time director, made on the cheap and looking to make a profit on foreign distribution and dvd sales. Watching the trailer really does nothing to change that assumption. So why would I "waste" two hours of my life sitting in a dark theater watching such a mess? Neil Marshall. Who you ask? The very same Neil Marshall who delivered the surprisingly good and criminally seldom seen The Descent a couple of short years ago, that's who. And that's enough for me. Give me a solid director and an ambitious genre film, and I'll take a chance any day. And guess what? Marshall did it again! Rhona Mitra plays Eden Sinclair. As a young girl Sinclair lost her mother (and an eye) trying to escape Glasgow before the city was completely quarantined due to an outbreak of the deadly Reaper virus. Th ...
Ok guys this is a new thing which I'm gonna do and it's called question of the day. I will ask you to answer questions and I will post answers on the next question of the day so the first one is a tricky one but here it is. Q) What amp did Angus use on The Razors Edge tour? -TheJack-
...where Malcolm Marshall and Sylvester Clarke are angrily bowling beamers at Greigy's head! :)
How Malcolm Marshall kept fit: He did sit-ups and bowled and bowled and bowled. via
Marshall Mathers and Malcolm McCormick (: must be the initials.
Best hook shot ever? Dessie Haynes off Malcolm Marshall at Southampton, out of the ground. Have no clue how even saw it!
I uploaded a video Malcolm Marshall cheated by Aussie umpire
I tried finding sources that showed how important malcolm x and thurgood marshall were, but they weren't useful x
"Daniel Kitson. Malcolm Marshall. Barney." In my top 5. I'm too young to know much about him. Correct. Good choices!
Im sorry but im done partyin in marshall
Rick McCosker bats with broken jaw. Malcolm Marshall with one hand. Sri Lanka forfeits 7 down, cricket is getting softer
lot of blame might go to bloke still at club -Malcolm Webster, he got Marshall in as one of his own
3 wickets for Mr. Dammika Prasad. Bowling action has some echoes of Malcolm Marshall/Makhaya Ntini.
Prasad's bowling action at delivery reminds me of Malcolm Marshall, unfortunate for SL, the resemblance ends there
How good is this retro vision Malcolm Marshall, Micheal Holding, Joel Garner - incredible pace battery. Fearsome times at the crease!
opening bowlers would be Andy Roberts and MALCOLM MARSHALL
Who should I go with as my no# 2 WR? B. Marshall, Malcolm Floyd, Antonio Brown. My is D. Alexander & Flex is P. Garcon
it all reminds me of Malcolm Tucker: "I will marshall all the media forces of darkness to hound you to an assisted suicide" :/
Yeah all day I love Malcolm Marshall m
I’ve always felt strongly about the *** community . I feel there a need to encourage the black *** youth community that we need to do better . By doing better I mean ceasing the violence , we...
Islamic State James Foley Michael Brown Ice Bucket Challenge Sin City Premier League Rick Perry Las Vegas Aston Villa Robin Williams White House Sierra Leone Iggy Azalea John Lennon Staten Island Lauren Bacall Pebble Beach Little League World Series Nicki Minaj Harry Reid Fifty Shades Johnny Manziel Eric Garner Peter Capaldi Derrick Rose Paul Gascoigne Tim Howard Al Sharpton Brendan Rodgers Miley Cyrus Barack Obama Mason Plumlee Mountain Ridge Middle East Serena Williams Internet Explorer 8 Richard Dawkins American Airlines Patrick Stewart World Cup Mario Balotelli Louis County Mitt Romney Victoria Beckham Michael Foley Mark David Chapman White Sox Arsene Wenger West Coast Marine Le Pen Crystal Palace President Obama Eden Hazard Kate Bush Lewis Hamilton Interior Ministry Hugh Jackman Harry Potter Bank Holiday Floyd Mayweather Malky Mackay Jennifer Lopez Lady Gaga African American Katie Couric Justin Bieber Reading Festival Scotland Yard Mariah Carey Hank Azaria Second Amendment Silk Road German Chancellor Angela Merkel Smokey Robinson Di Maria Mike Williamson Notting Hill Carnival Manchester United Independence Day Aston Villa 0 Jackson Hole New Zealand Villa Park Theresa May Former England West Nile European Space Agency Edinburgh Fringe Festival Homeland Security Madeleine McCann Man United Still Alive North Carolina Jackie Robinson West Mutual Fund Real Madrid Darren Wilson Yahoo News Chuck Hagel Nick Cannon
West Indies Michael Holding Joel Garner Andy Roberts Viv Richards Courtney Walsh Curtly Ambrose Sunil Gavaskar Dale Steyn David Boon Richard Hadlee Clive Lloyd Vivian Richards Wasim Akram Imran Khan Ian Botham David Gower Jeff Thomson Sachin Tendulkar West Indian Colin Croft Dilip Vengsarkar Mike Gatting Merv Hughes Dennis Lillee Ian Bishop Robin Smith